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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by cuteubbi, Aug 16, 2013.
Maybe a silkie mix
Really helps if you say how many and what age For all I know it's all the same bird. Or four different birds.
However it looks like one bird to me. It looks sick, though.
I am no expert on breeds but have a fair bit of experience sexing mongrels. I think it is an extremely underdeveloped male brahma cross. Or something feather-footed crossed with a light sussex. I see yellowish and reddish colored feathers on his wings and so he's definitely not purebred. Unless he's from a breed I've never heard of, which is entirely possible.
I see very subtle signs of male feathering, but its development is normal for a female.
Looks alot like my light brahma when it was younger, this is her currently, pic was with her fluffing out
how old is yours? mine is 3 months
I agree with Sjeane, looks like a light Brahma to me as well.
well, thnx for a detailed answer. these pics are of one chick. Age 4 months. and she/he is not sick, he is healthy very active and naughty. someone sold me this as light brahma but i m little concern with its some light redish feathers and second its not round in shape thts why i posted its pics here....well, thnx again
its 4 month old. do u think tht some redish feathers on my chick is ok for light brahma?
pure light brahma?
oh, i didnt consider those to be redish, i just thought it was some dirt/dust or something lol, just looked at a picture at feathersite :http://www.feathersite.com/Poultry/CGA/Brahma/BRKBrahma.html
on the light brahma picture the have of "Jeff Iurato's Light Brahma cock and hen" the cock looks to have some of the redish feathers on its lower chest.
i watched the pic..can i c some more pics of ur brahma...and abt the pic of ur brahma which u shared...what is their aga at the time when u have taken this pic