breed?

Discussion in 'What Breed/Gender is This?' started by bamsx4, Nov 4, 2012.

  1. bamsx4

    bamsx4 New Member

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    I am curious if someone recognizes the breeds of these chickens. I think I know a couple of them but not sure. Thanks for any help advice you can give me.
     

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  2. amandahalterman

    amandahalterman Junior Member

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    Pic. 2....they are barred rock
     

  3. 7chicks

    7chicks New Member

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    All I know is pic # 2 - barred rock. The first pic, I have no clue but what a beauty!!!
     
  4. kaufranc

    kaufranc Junior Member

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    First one kinda looks like a Silkie. Does it have feathered feet? Is his feathers more like fur then feathers ?
     
  5. bamsx4

    bamsx4 New Member

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    no the feathers are smooth and long. He's a banty for sure as he's probably 6 - 8 months old. I was told he was a blue Cochin banty but my black Cochin bantys don't look like that.
     
  6. fuzziebutt

    fuzziebutt Flocker

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    I was thinking blue splash Cochin on that feller, the barred rocks, the white ones are white ones,:p and the multi colored rooster is a beauty of a game rooster.
     
  7. grgfishkeeper

    grgfishkeeper New Member

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    White ones look like leg horns to me. And the last one looks like a brown leg horn barred rock cross or something like that.
     
  8. grgfishkeeper

    grgfishkeeper New Member

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    How many toes does the first one have and what color is legs/ skin
     
  9. fuzziebutt

    fuzziebutt Flocker

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    He's got a single red comb and wattles. A silkie would have a mulberry/purple/black colored comb.
     
  10. EmmaJB

    EmmaJB New Member

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    Looking through the pickin chicken app, the white ones look very much like old English game. The tail fans out the same? Described as having a single comb, and as fair layers of small tinted eggs. Cocks should not be kept together, due to their heritage as a fighting breed. Hens are described as being quite flighty - any of this ringing true?

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