yellow gold sexlink...Help

Sorin

Songster
9 Years
Jul 15, 2010
578
5
121
Glenfield, ny
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Hello! I'm no expert on breeds, but she looks a little light colored for a gold sex link. Also, I can't quiet tell from the picture, but does she have "muffs" under her head, it looks a little like she does, but correct me if I'm wrong, maybe an EE? Hopefully someone else will check this out
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smiliefase11

In the Brooder
8 Years
Mar 9, 2011
12
0
22
but she was sex linked. the cockerels were all white, the pullets all yellow. then the ameraucanas were all red with black.so they couldnt have been blue or lavender ameraucans. and yes she has a muff. does anyone have a picture?? even of theyre chicks. she seems to bee the odd one out of the sexlinks and ameraucanas i have. i still need to wait until she starts to lay, which should be soon i hope!
 

faireeluvr

Hatching
8 Years
Mar 11, 2011
4
0
7
She looks just like one of our ameraucana chickens. We bought four and she was the only yellow chick, the other three were brown and striped like chipmunks. Ours is very bossy and wants things her own way
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Pele

Songster
8 Years
Feb 25, 2011
4,392
145
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Boise
Sorry, but I'm going to have to side with everyone posting on this. I almost solely raise gold sex-links, and that isn't one. From the green legs and the puffs on it's cheeks, I'd bet a lot of money on an Easter Egger.
 

Greendecember

In the Brooder
9 Years
Dec 21, 2010
98
1
39
Oklahoma
I have a hen that looks just like her. I'll have to get a pic up. She is laying green eggs or at least I assume it is her. There is a white roo what came in her batch of "pullets" from the feed store. Yes HE was banded as a pullet not misplaced after shipping so I just assumed they were sex links. Now I dono. Thanks for posting this. Feed store chicks are such a craps shoot but fun times in the guessing hehe
 

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