well tomorrow Mr Wyandotte will be gone ... I decided I don't want his traits in my flock, so I'm back searching for a new rooster
James Stark wrote:
Does anyone have any firsthand experience with Plymouth Rocks? I'd like a dual purpose that will go broody every now and then so I don't have to incubate eggs. I haven't heard much about how they handle cold/heat. I get both where I am.
H Ludi Tyler wrote:
A "sexlink" chicken is a variety in which the chicks are a different color for each sex, so they can be recognized visually at hatching. This saves a lot of time and invasive handling at the hatchery. They are usually hybrids of two recognized breeds .