For sale Rhode Island Red Coq
Light SUSSEX cOQ he is a large bird
both proven fertile
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One Rhode Island Red cockerel 14 month old and one very large Light Sussex cockerel 6 months old reluctant to let them go but a neighbour is kicking up a fuss though she doesn't refuse the eggs that come her way. 10€ each
Well totally confused now when they hatched one was the usual fluffy yellow the other brown, as they grew changing colour the yellow went white with the usual black markings of the Light Sussex the other stayed brown but with the marking of the LS in black. The white grew at a much faster pace and h...
I have a Rhode Island Red coq and light Sussex hens and have always been led to believe the chicks would be brown for male and white for female but mine have turned out the opposite have i got the wrong information or is it just a one off they are my first chicks hatched last February. also told tha...
We finally have our chicks 4 sussex hens and a Rhode island red cock 8 weeks old apparently, i am now being told of all the things i must do by well meaning friends who dont keep chickens such as they must go to the vet for vaccination, mite powder what they can and cant eat, the breeder told us wha...