What breeds are these two pullets?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by hannahb00, Jul 4, 2016.

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  3. Matt A NC

    Matt A NC Overrun With Chickens

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    Sorry, not pullets. Those are Cockerels. Look like mixes.
     
  4. donrae

    donrae Hopelessly Addicted Premium Member

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    Where did they come from?

    I agree the first bird is a mixed breed cockerel.

    The second one looks feminine to me. How old is it?
     
  5. TheKindaFarmGal

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    First looks like a cockerel, second a very pretty pullet, depending on age. Where did you get them? The first could be a mix, not sure on the second.
     
  6. Gray Farms

    Gray Farms Chillin' With My Peeps

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    First one is a Wyandotte cockerel. Not sure on color, need full body pic. Second one is a silver duckwing pullet. Not sure on breed, need a full body pic.
     
  7. hannahb00

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    Got both from Murray McMurray and are both supposed to be pullets.
     
  8. hannahb00

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    And would you say a blue laced Wyandotte?
     
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  10. junebuggena

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    The red and blue cockerel is probably a very poorly laced Blue Laced Red Wyandotte.
    The silver pullet is likely a Phoenix. She's not the right pattern for Egyptian Fayoumi, and she's lacking the yellow legs of a Silver Leghorn or Silver Penciled Rock.
     

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