What Mystery Breeds did I get? :)

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by TrinityCreed, Oct 18, 2015.

  1. TrinityCreed

    TrinityCreed Out Of The Brooder

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    Okay back in April we got 14 new birds, unfortunately we lost a few of them to Hawks. And while I knew what most of them were, I don't know what these remaining four are! I have a 5th, that's a Pioneer, I think, but I can't get a good shot of her, she's hanging out in a nest box today and says that Snow is too evil for her tastes.

    Anyways, I'm curious as to what we ended up with! ^.^ I've tried to get the best photos possible.



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    This is our Rooster, he's got a pretty fancy looking comb, soft downy feathers underneath (the white at the base of the tail)

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    This is one of the hens, her name is molly and yesh, she's a little muddy XD and very petite

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    Another photo of Molly
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    This is She Who Roosts in Trees - when they were free ranging it, before the hawks, we'd find her in the branches of a pine tree about six feet up. She is also very petite.


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    Another view of She Who Roosts in Trees

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    This is Ms Fancy Pants. She loves to brood, has feathered feet (like, REALLY, feathered) and is petite but fluffy as all get out!
     
  2. holm25

    holm25 Jr Chicken Wrangler

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    It looks like u have a rose comb bantam.
    A egyptian fayoumis a silver gray dorking. and a partridge brahma or cochin what kind of comb does it have??
     
  3. TrinityCreed

    TrinityCreed Out Of The Brooder

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    The last one doesn't have much of a comb at all! It's barely there, thin, and looks single.
    I thought the rose comb bantams were blue, black or white, though? not his funky red!
     
  4. holm25

    holm25 Jr Chicken Wrangler

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    I zoomed in on the partridge bird and am going with brahma. And the top roo is a buff something rose comb.
     

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