What breed is this?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by HaloAmanda, Nov 25, 2016.

  1. HaloAmanda

    HaloAmanda Out Of The Brooder

    Jun 24, 2016
    Norwalk, Connecticut
    Was a freebie and the store was unsure. Her beak has a blueish tint to it. She has some feathering on legs but very minimal. She is the sweetest bird I have and actually begs to be picked up and loves to be pet. She is about 10 weeks old as I picked her up on September 21st. [​IMG]
  2. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Overrun With Chickens

    Looks like a stunning mixed breed to me! [​IMG]

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  3. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

    Aug 26, 2009
    Out to pasture
    Whatever breed, what a beauty.
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  4. Gray Farms

    Gray Farms Overrun With Chickens

    Apr 11, 2016
    NW Missouri
    Body type and leg feathering point to Cochin bantam cross to me.
  5. HaloAmanda

    HaloAmanda Out Of The Brooder

    Jun 24, 2016
    Norwalk, Connecticut
    I posted in a Facebook group and everyone said a Cochin mix or poorly bred Cochin. But she is such few feathers I find Cochin hard to believe. She has almost no feathering compared to my younger Cochin:

    I love her regardless, she is by far the sweetest and friendliest of all the chickens. She's so sweet I let her come in and join us for lunch today [​IMG]


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  6. shortgrass

    shortgrass Overrun With Chickens

    Mar 14, 2015
    Northern Colorado

    LOL that's awesome :D

    She even has her own little plate hahaha; I would never get away with that but it's so adorable! :)
  7. donrae

    donrae Hopelessly Addicted Premium Member

    Jun 18, 2010
    Southern Oregon
    She could be a cochin mix, or she could be a poor representative of the breed.

    I have a hen I hatched here. Both parents were of decent type, heavily feathered legs, etc. Well, Nellie has tiny, scant feathers on her legs. Always has. I know her parents for sure. And her siblings look like Cochins. Sometimes odd things happen when you breed birds.

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