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Black mottled, only developed by george ellis in 1940 in delaware while experimenting with crossing breeds for broilers. an off-colored sport of a barred rock / new hampshire cross that bred true.

White rocks, new hampshires, production rhode island reds, barred rocks, black sex links, hubbard golden comets, red cross, columbian rock cross, dekalb amberlinks, black australorps, white leghorns, brown leghorns

They lay the white eggs u see at the super market or a plymouth rock - they are also very friendly like the australorp, they lay lots of brown eggs and they don't take up much room or a hybrid - they can be friendly, flighty, and lay a few more eggs brown then the barred rock and australorp, and you can tell the sex

Our black sex links are a breed cross using a rhode island red rooster or black australorp rooster and barred rock females. the male chicks have a white spot on the top of their heads and can be separated from the solid black female chicks when they hatch.

* cornish cross broilers; * white leghorn; * california white; * barred rock; * production red; * gold star; * silver laced wyandotte; * buff orpington; * americana; * black sex link; * assorted heavy;

Coolville 45723 free: young roosters 2 dark cornish roosters, 1 brahma cross rooster very big, 2 black cochin cross roosters lots of leg feathering, black rock 72415 i have a few hens (different breeds) to rehome. dark cornish, barred rock, americauna, black australorp, dominique, hamburg, white faced black

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| Barred Rock Black Australorp Cross | | Razzleberry Pie Recipe |

  • Four breeds of chicks, barred plymouth rock, black minorca, black australorp and a new hampshire x barred plymouth rock cross developed an achromatosis of the feathers when fed a lysine-deficient diet. cockerels were more severely affected than pullets.