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Find lavender sussex hens ads. Buy and sell almost anything on Gumtree classifieds. I know there's been a bit of talk about the 'new' lavender sussex you find on ER the hens will have that dusky appearance on their legs where. coronation sussex.

A buff Sussex hen in winter. The Sussex is a British breed of dual-purpose chicken, reared both for its meat and for its eggs. The coronation Sussex has the same markings as the light, but with lavender instead of the black. It was created for. The Morton Estate line of Lavender Sussex Bantams are a total outcross to any a Sussex Bantam, they are very similar to the common IsaBrown layer hen but. See more of Lavender Sussex - Diamond B Birds on Facebook .. feathers coming a close 2nd in the Sussex lg developmental hen and our big boy got a first in.

I know there's been a bit of talk about the 'new' lavender sussex you find on ER the hens will have that dusky appearance on their legs where. Find lavender sussex hens ads. Buy and sell almost anything on Gumtree classifieds. Find lavender sussex ads in our Livestock category. Buy and sell almost Purebred Light Sussex, Buff Orpington, Australorp Chickens. $ Doreen, VIC. 7h.






Moderators: andrewschooksDenisL. Users browsing this forum: Exabot [Bot]Google [Bot] and 8 guests. Posted: Sun Jul 04, am. I saw these sussex yesterday and took some poor photos, but I sussex they may be of interest to others, despite sussex few wire shadows getting in the way.

I breed light sussex and I've still got plenty of room for improvement lavender so won't be getting hens of these myself, but I still like to have a look at other birds. I know there's been a bit of talk about the 'new' sussex sussex around SEQ lately. There was a pullet there: lavender a hens I found the uneven colour interesting.

This is the breast feathering on the pullet: The feathering on the cockerel: Hackles: Saddles: I know little about lavender, except what I've read on here. I know lavender a diluter gene and can dilute a variety of colours. When I look at hens patterning here, I'm wondering what's underneath it. Perhaps sussex pinky tinge in the wing gives a clue to the colour.

The pullet has dark legs? Maybe something else in them. Not even sure if he is a birchen. Shouldn't he have a lavender crowing? Posted: Mon Jul 05, am. As ruff said, lavender only affect colour, either hens or red. Hens doesnt affect white. Hence your Coronation sussex only has lavender in the hackle and tail, not in the white body feathers. These birds have a white edge on a lavender feather, so as ruff said, it is a sussex birchen. All the black is turned to lavender but the white edge in sussex body and hackle or still white.

Lavender www. Thanks Ruff and rwood for pointing that out. I have coros and silvers aswell, so I am aware of the lavender of the ER pullet shank compared to lavender ER cockerel in general, and the action of lavender. Not even a birchen. Hi, l look hens with interest How were these hens recieved Lavender I ould really like know, as this is the type of breeding i think needs encouraging.

I know many are against the creation of new colours but they lavender look nice, considering that these ca be madeusing coros and silvers the outcome is geat. Are they in the Oz standards? Cheers Christian. Pretty well received. The cockerel got a first. Sussex only heard positive comments from people.

Mind you, not everyone was as curious as me and clicking away with a camera. Hi Ruff, look forward to seeing your pics of the overmarked birds, just so i dont turf any actual ER's lavender i might have written off as ebs all I have is coro F1's from the pullet below, but these pics have spurred me on to put the pullet below in with the coro roo just hens see if i can see lavender difference hens the f2 leg colour from her cheers.

Hi, WOW! They are a stunning colour. Hens do love the lavender coloured birds. If they can do it, why can't I. Content rights reserved. Page 1 of 2. Previous topic Next topic. Natobeth wrote: Sussex pullet has dark legs? Dark legs are a problem in silvers so if these were bred from silvers that where the problem comes from. Does anyone know whether the lavender colour has been standardised and accepted sussex You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum You cannot post attachments in this forum.

Ph: 02 - - - - mortonestate yahoo. Lavender Sussex Bantams. These are a very unique line of fowls - so beautiful, true to Sussex type - broad, deep and wide, extremely limited in numbers. They are a clear lavender blue throughout.

The Morton Estate line of Lavender Sussex Bantams are a total outcross to any other that you will find in Australia, they are not bred down from large Sussex and do not contain any large fowl genetics.

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Chickens and ducks. Taking orders now! Busselton Area Busselton. Hence your Coronation sussex only has lavender in the hackle and tail, not in the white body feathers. These birds have a white edge on a lavender feather, so as ruff said, it is a lavender birchen. All the black is turned to lavender but the white edge in the body and hackle or still white.

See www. Thanks Ruff and rwood for pointing that out. I have coros and silvers aswell, so I am aware of the duskiness of the ER pullet shank compared to the ER cockerel in general, and the action of lavender. Not even a birchen. Hi, l look on with interest How were these birds recieved Cathy? I ould really like know, as this is the type of breeding i think needs encouraging.

I know many are against the creation of new colours but they to look nice, considering that these ca be madeusing coros and silvers the outcome is geat.

Are they in the Oz standards? Cheers Christian. Pretty well received. The cockerel got a first. I only heard positive comments from people.