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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Earl Lee, Feb 2, 2012.
Any ideas? Thanks!
Where did you get him from? He looks like a cross.
This is little Earl, son of Earl Sr. His dad is pretty much identical, and he came from a bin at Tractor Supply marked "Australorp pullets"!(obviously not an Australorp). All the Earls have a really long, odd, distinctive crow also.
he pretty, could be an OEGB mix, me has one
I have no idea but curious about the unusual crow. Have you recorded it yet? How long is each crow?
I haven't recorded it, but you can count to 6 at least while they are crowing. Just kind of an odd, really long crow compared to anything els I've heard. OEG mix sounds interesting, maybe that's it!
I don't know much about long-crowers but I know there are a number of breeds and they're a whole lot more popular in other countries than they are in the US. He might be a mix with a long-crower breed, also. I'm just completely perplexed at how you'd get one from a TSC bin!
Ya the odds of that don't seem so good, from TS.....wonder what is in the mix. Anyone want any? I've got 2 spares, pick up only ( im in PA). They really are unique,pretty & friendly, + their long crowing will annoy the neighbor you love to hate too!
Oh my gosh my friend got an 'australorp' that ended up being a rooster and looks like little Earl a little :O
Wish I knew what was in the mix.....oh well, they are all really great roosters. Their babies ended up looking pretty unique too. Here's a daughter of the mystery rooster above, pretty neat coloration anyways!