What kind and gender???

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Chloesmama, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. Chloesmama

    Chloesmama Out Of The Brooder

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    Two 'pullets', but bigger one did a dance a few times that seemed a bit like a mating dance.... Got them both together and were told they were fall hatchlings.[​IMG][/IMG][/IMG]
     
  2. Chloesmama

    Chloesmama Out Of The Brooder

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  3. Chloesmama

    Chloesmama Out Of The Brooder

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    Here is the smaller one... She seems like she may be blind??? Frizzle-silkie mix is what we were told.[​IMG]
     
  4. Chloesmama

    Chloesmama Out Of The Brooder

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    Last picture to show how bigger chicken holds herself....[​IMG]
     
  5. TheKindaFarmGal

    TheKindaFarmGal Overrun With Chickens

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    Both pullets. I'm not positive on the frizzle, only because I don't have much experience with them.
     
  6. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Overrun With Chickens

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    Both look like pullets to me, too.
     
  7. Chloesmama

    Chloesmama Out Of The Brooder

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    Great news! Anyone guess what the bigger one is? She is still small and I was told she was a silkie mix.
     
  8. TheKindaFarmGal

    TheKindaFarmGal Overrun With Chickens

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    Silkie X looks right. She's pretty.
     
  9. braehedge

    braehedge Out Of The Brooder

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    May be silkie/polish or houdan?
     
  10. donrae

    donrae Hopelessly Addicted Premium Member

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    They're probably both silkie mixed with a frizzled bantam cochin. Frizzles don't breed true, so only about half the offspring get the frizzled feathers.
     

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