HenPecked_bychildren

Songster
10 Years
Feb 24, 2010
139
3
144
SW Florida
She is about 18 weeks, really small. Like our 21 week old BR and BO are HUGE compared to her, but she is a tad bigger than my bantams. You can see in the picture she is smaller than my EE who are 16 weeks old.

Here is a link with previous pics of her. https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=303079 I thought maybe now that she is older people could tell what she might be. Funny we thought she was a he for a LONG time. She was SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ugly. We named her Stew Pot and that is still what we call her even though she has a place with us now as long as she lays. lol.
In this one you can see her tiny little deformed extra toe.


 

Sphinx

Crowing
9 Years
May 10, 2010
3,224
77
261
Utah
She looks exactly like my white leghorn (minus the extra toe).

I asked to double check that my cockerels were leghorns today, and it was confirmed. "Clover" is their nestmate.
 

HenPecked_bychildren

Songster
10 Years
Feb 24, 2010
139
3
144
SW Florida
No not laying yet. Leghorns lay white eggs, right? Do White rocks lay brown? Guess that would tell the difference. lol. I can't wait till she starts laying!
 

Southernbelle

Gone Broody
11 Years
Mar 17, 2008
5,905
11
274
Virginia
I say White Rock. At 18 weeks I'd expect a Leghorn's comb to be MUCH bigger, my white Leghorn hens have bigger combs than my roosters.
 

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