I got a bunch of frizzles from a hatchery about 2 months ago, I was alarmed when some of them started loosing thier fluff, and not growing feathers! I did a lot of reading, here and in books, and took a crash course on the frizzle gene! Basically, these poor babies got a double dose of the frizzle gene, which, like the rex gene in rabbits, cats and rats, would cause hairlessness! So, all that being said, for all of you who might want to try it just to see what would happen, here is your answer! Its not pretty! but they are sweet! Fortunately we have a heated coop, and they are growing up with lots of buddies to snuggle with, so unless someone knows how to make a chicken sweater, I dont recommend breeding a frizzle to a frizzle! Oh, and I spoke to the hatchery, they had only just become aware of the problem, and were addressing it, and refunded all of my money for the whole batch, even the good birds! I think they were honestly unaware, and they did over and above to fix it! in this one, there is a normal frizzle on the right, the naked one in the middle, and a 'curly' on the left. This cutie is from the same batch. nice frizzling here.