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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by jbarrett, Nov 5, 2012.
1. above and below are the same
3.What are the red and white ones below?
It's a lot easier to tell what they are when the pics are of them standing naturally. How old are they? Does the first one have feathered legs? If so, partridge Cochin. If not, partridge Rock. The second one might be a dark Cornish but really need to see the comb and it standing naturally. The last ones are red sex link pullets.
ok thanks Ill take more pictures tomorrow and post them check back please
red sex links
1. Partridge rock or Cochin
2. Barnevelder or Cornish
3. Red sex links
Nice birds and pics!
The first is not a Partridge...anything. The partridge pattern is a penciling of each feather. The bird in the picture has barring, not partridge markings. I agree with the comments on the other two pics.
It's a Partredge in it's juvenile plumage. When it molts the new feathers will be pencilled. Single comb & clean legs = Partridge Rock.