What breed is my frizzle roo?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Frizzlefraz, Nov 13, 2013.

  1. Frizzlefraz

    Frizzlefraz In the Brooder

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    Got this Fella at the markets. Owners did not know the breed. Have been breeding him with silkies and have made lots of cute frizzle chicks :)
     
  2. WaterfowlWierdo

    WaterfowlWierdo Songster

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    can you post pics from other angles
     
  3. Frizzlefraz

    Frizzlefraz In the Brooder

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  4. appps

    appps Crowing

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    Hmm. How big is he? He doesn't look unlike what my frizzle Cochin x silkie rooster did and that could explain the rosé comb.
     
  5. Frizzlefraz

    Frizzlefraz In the Brooder

    He is quite small for a roo. I would say bantam size.
     
  6. appps

    appps Crowing

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    That would be my guess then

    Can't seem to insert one from my phone but if you check my galleries there should be a photo of my rooster in there to compare.

    That cross technically makes a sizzle but mine didn't get the rosé comb and by the looks of it, if thats what yours is, he didn't get enough toes or the right colour skin to be more than pet quality.
     
  7. aoxa

    aoxa Crowing

    I wouldn't guess Cochin, as the legs would be much better in the feathering department.

    He is probably many generations frizzle.. Most likely has some cochin in him crossed with something else entirely.. Something with a rose comb.

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    Here is my frizzle (Polish x Silkie).
     
  8. Wyandottes7

    Wyandottes7 Crowing

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    Looks like a frizzled Wyandotte mix to me, based off of the comb and general body shape. However, he definitely has some feather legged breed in him, and isn't purebred.
     
  9. aoxa

    aoxa Crowing

    That was my first inclination, but if it was with a frizzled cochin (based on feathered legs and bantam size and the general availability of frizzled cochins via hatchery), the type is way too thin.

    The type actually reminds me of a golden spangled hamburg

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  10. WaterfowlWierdo

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    I agree
     

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