What breed AND sex are these 3? Lots of photos

Trevi70

In the Brooder
9 Years
Jun 30, 2010
28
3
24
Plymouth
I was given 3 chickens by a teacher who hatched them in her preschool class as a spring project. She had no idea what kind of chickens they were but she said she had them checked out and they were all hens. I got them when they were about 4-5 weeks old (they still had downy feathers and were smaller then my RI red). Now they TOWER over every other chicken I have and I've caught them mounting my known hens. No crowing yet and I've had them for about 5 months (I know that doesn't mean much tho).
I've looked for spurs on the backs of the feet but don't think I see any. They have feathers on their feet (which half of them have fallen out as you can see in the pictures).

Any ideas? I tried to get as many photos as I could but it's windy enough today to knock a witch down with a house if you know what I mean?!






See how much bigger they are then my RI red? Never mind the cochins to the right!



 

JerseyGiantfolk

Crowing
8 Years
Jan 12, 2012
10,825
76
288
They have feathered legs so they are Brahmas
smile.png
 
Last edited:

akcountrygrrl

Songster
9 Years
Apr 3, 2010
2,024
28
173
Nenana, AK
My daughter shows Cochins (LF and bantam), too. Wyandottes normally wouldn't have single combs (although I have seen quite a few hatchery birds with single combs) or feathered legs. Silver laced Brahmas are still rather rare as that is a color that is currently under development and Brahmas would have pea combs.
 

MANNA-PRO

New posts New threads Active threads

Top Bottom