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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Caledonia1983, Nov 6, 2016.
They look like Buff Orpington hens. Closer pics would help though
Those are, indeed, lovely buff orpingtons.
Alright thanks guys. They haven't started laying yet and they were hatched early May.
Is this normal for a Buffy?
From what I know, buff Orpingtons do take longer to mature. Our BO roo
was 6+ months by the time he crowed for the first time!
Yep, pretty buff Orpington hens. They are slower to mature overall, so eggs may be a while yet.
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