What does a 10 month old Isa Brown (and a rooster) look like?

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by BirdGirl2004, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. BirdGirl2004

    BirdGirl2004 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hello, my isa brown chickens are only 3 months old and i am planning to put them in the fair. I want to know what they will look like at that age so I know If i want to get a different breed change something etc. Thanks so much!!
     
  2. ChickenGrass

    ChickenGrass Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Why do you mean fair?
    Is it a small show?
    If so you can't show isa Browns because they are hybrids.
    Goodluck
    Fionn.
     
  3. BirdGirl2004

    BirdGirl2004 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Well, I have looked up many things about the 4-h fair and that's what your all about so I thought you were the best person to answer my questions. [​IMG]

    Can I enter my 4 year old (HUGE) jersey giant rooster? Thanks.
    How do I show him?
    THANKS
     
  4. ChickenGrass

    ChickenGrass Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hi there.
    You can show him in the correct class.
    If you want post a picture and someone can tell you how he looks.
    (I wouldn't be able to help with that because I'm in Ireland and we breed to English poultry standard,
    Which are different to the American SOP)
    As for showing him I am not sure,
    What you do in the 4h fairs because,
    Here in Ireland we only prepare the chickens and then,
    On the show day we put the chickens into the cages.
    The hall closes while the judges are judging and then,
    When it opens you see if you have a roset on your cage.
    Your bird is judged on how close they are bred to the standard.
    It's the same in shows in America too but from what I read,
    I think 4h shows are different.
    Goodluck,
    Fionn.
     

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