What breed is my pullet?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Am2933, Jul 13, 2018.

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  1. Am2933

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    sorry for the poor quality, but I have this pullet that I adopted from a rescue, I have no idea what she is but she’s gorgeous. Any help would be greatly appreciated
     

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  2. Better Than Rubies

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    I would love to help you, but sadly, I don't see a picture. Do you know how to upload them? There's a button right beside the 'post reply' (the Upload a File one), and then you should be able to find the picture you want. :)
     
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  3. Am2933

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    I think I just went back in and edited it and posted a picture. Sorry about that. Let me know if it worked now.
     
  4. She looks like my Easter Egger. :)
     
  5. Better Than Rubies

    Better Than Rubies Crowing

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    Oh, yes, silly me. I see it now. :) No worries.. I'm sorry about that.

    She's very unique looking. What kind of comb does she have? If it's a single comb, then I'm guessing a hybrid (aka barnyard mix or 'mutt')...like a Delaware crossed with an Amberlink, possibly (or at least Delaware something I feel like)? :p :idunno But if it's a pea comb, then she's probably an Easter Egger. :D
     
  6. Queensilkie

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    I agree, i think she's a hybrid, definitely looks like she has some Delaware in her!
    She's a very pretty bird.
     
  7. Am2933

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    It’s definitely a very small understated comb. Much smaller than my younger leghorn pullets’ comb. I’m thinking it’s a pea comb. And boy can she fly for a hen, I had to put a roof over my 6 foot enclosure because she’d fly out of it.
     
  8. Better Than Rubies

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    Ha ha, my pullets can fly really high, too! And they love to fly...they're doing it a bit less the older they get, though. :) Here's what a pea comb is:
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    I took the pictures from Google. :p
     
  9. Am2933

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    Yea she has a comb like that but smaller since she’s a pullet. This place is awesome you guys are amazing. Thank you! I also have 6 Brahma chicks in my brooder currently, a white leghorn cockerel, and white leghorn pullet. This is definitely my new hobby!
     
  10. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    love to see your chicks in the brooder when they are 8 weeks old or so.
     

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