Young Polish... Barring or silver laced? (pics)

BellLisamo

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So i hatched this pretty/handsome baby out a few months ago. It's grown so much, and is so cool looking. I've never had a silver laced baby so im unsure of what it should look like. This baby could have had 2 daddies. One being a silver laced rooster, or my ST barred cochin. So i'm not sure which that it is. Help me, i have an untrained eye....

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Krys109uk

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a valley; by a brook.
With the mother having been laced, better lacing would be expected if the father was also laced.
I'd forgotten, I think Polish are ER aren't they? Perhaps that is barring on some of the wing feathers???
 

scbatz33

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Laced birds in their first set of feathers look a total mess! When they start to get adult feathers, they are properly laced.....

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Notice the lower feathers are still splotchy but the neck and head feathers are starting to come in with the proper lacing pattern.
 

BellLisamo

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oh!!!!! ok! well that would be fantastic. my SL polish was coyote bait, so if this is his offspring (and a roo) i would be soooo happy!

thanks for that picture!!!!
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scbatz33

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Oh, and does the baby have feathered legs? I would guess that if the dad was a cochin there would be some leg feathering. I could be totally wrong, but isn't leg feathering dominant?
 

BellLisamo

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He doesnt have feathered feet. I dont know if its dominant? Seems like ive hatched babies from the cochin with no feather legs... hmm
 

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