what the name of this breed ?? help me plz

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by devilzkiller, Nov 25, 2008.

  1. devilzkiller

    devilzkiller Hatching

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    [size]HER FACE AND LEGS[/size]

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    [size]AND SHE LAYS LIGHT BROWN EGGS[/size]
     
  2. BeckyLa

    BeckyLa Songster

    Jan 11, 2007
    N. Louisiana
    She looks like a six link to me. Pretty hen.
     
  3. Laskaland

    Laskaland ThE gRoOvY cHiCkEn

    Aug 2, 2008
    Nebraska
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    Looks like Red sex-link to me, but I'm new to the whole breed issue
    Christina
     
  4. Matt A NC

    Matt A NC Crowing 11 Years

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  5. devilzkiller

    devilzkiller Hatching

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    thanks to everybody
     
  6. jossanne

    jossanne Songster

    Jul 11, 2008
    Gila, New Mexico
    Brown leghorn pullet...
     
  7. mikarod

    mikarod Songster

    Sep 28, 2008
    Oklahoma
    Quote:I thought that too, but she doesn't have the bright yellow legs, has some red in her earlobe and apparently lays light brown eggs.

    Looks like a Leghorn cross though...I'll give it that. Maybe Campine x something else??? LOL

    The black in the face and comb makes me think Sumatra...but...idk...I'm pretty certain she's a mix...issue is...which breeds? LOL

    I'm going to go out on a limb and say Sumatra x Campine
     
  8. devilzkiller

    devilzkiller Hatching

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    okay whatever the breed is i just wanna found that will she go broody and how come i know that this breed goes broody or not ???
    thanks to all for REply
     
  9. Rosecomb-Ryan

    Rosecomb-Ryan East Indie Crazed

    Apr 12, 2008
    Sacramento CA
    all I know is shes is a Golden Campine mix
     
  10. mikarod

    mikarod Songster

    Sep 28, 2008
    Oklahoma
    Quote:Look up the breed characteristics...hence...making it easier to find out if she's more likely to go broody.

    Honey will attract more bees than salt...
     

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