Jill Rees Cream legbar male
Cream Legbar Chickens were developed in Britain in the 1930's and are quite popular in the United Kingdom, yet practically unknown in the United States. Vibrant, sky blue eggs is just one desirable trait about this striking beauty. Additionally, they are auto-sexing, a genetic trait that enables chicks to be gendered just by looking at the different feather patterns, making them perfect for the small scale backyard breeder. Male chicks will have a pale dot on the head and will have little to no eye streaks and the female chicks will have a dark brown to black stripe that starts on top of the head and extends down the length of the body. You can also see the tiny little crest developing on the top of the head of the day old chicks. Males have good feed converstion rate. Cold and Heat Hardy and Roo's get 6lbs.