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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Beamer's human, Jan 2, 2012.
Hi Beamer and welcome to BYC
That is a very interesting looking bird, likely a naked neck or cross - I am not familiar enough with them to tell you for sure.
She looks like a frizzled naked neck. I think she is so cute but then Im partial to naked necks. If you dont want her send her my way
ok..I am in the jungle and all of my birds are of undetermined ancestry. I have many necked necks but this is the first swan like uplifted wings I have seen on my chicks. I did have a fighting cock pass through for a few weeks...could this be a fighting rooster too?
Looks like a frizzle feathered Naked Neck.
Atleast one of the parents had to be frizzled or carry the frizzle gene to get the frizzle gene in this chick. I don't know what kind of Naked Necks you have, but do you have any birds that could carry frizzle genes?
Right now the chick is in the ugly phase, but when it grows out it will really resemble a poodle with the funny 'hair cut' and curly feathers
He'll look like these when he grows up... http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&...urce=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=wOIBT6nZCMne0QH336mHAg
I think he's cute.
beamers human she or he is beautiful, so i you want to get rid of let me know, where are you,talamanca where is that
Quote:LOL.... I have a frizzle roo that looks just like that but mines not a naked neck...
I called him ugly duckling ...
I adore him since he was an egg and i will keep him till hes old ...
Hes so cute and unique just like yours
its a frizzled necked neck chick. if you have been breeding them and this is the first chick you got like this i would be trying to figure out its parents as both of its parents have to carry the frizzle gene. it doesnt appear to be mixed at all. 100% pure necked neck
Here is my frizzle necked neck rooster, Roadkill!