Bluebelle Hybrid

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chickx4

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by chickx4 » 28 Nov 2010, 19:43

My Bluebell ( bella) is a loner, she defo likes her own space. She is a lovely grey colour x :)

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leigh71

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by leigh71 » 03 May 2011, 21:10

Our two Bluebelle's leaving their carry box and exploring their new run.

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They're very friendly and love to be stroked :)

Beth82

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by Beth82 » 03 May 2011, 21:37

This is our girl;

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adam_fozz

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by adam_fozz » 13 Oct 2011, 11:46

I have one bluebell in a flock of 5. She is the second most friendly, and only loses out to the number one slot because our Lohmann Brown comes looking for people where as I have to go and pick up the Bluebell. It suprising as they are pretty big birds so you would think she would rule the roost, but it really isnt in her nature.

Heres a pic of her a few months ago. She has a much more mature comb now.

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Her name is Silver!

Adam_Fozz

Sunny Sablepoots

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by Sunny Sablepoots » 27 Dec 2011, 20:50

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This is my BlueBell Matilda! The Boss!

woodruffsdad
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Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by woodruffsdad » 30 May 2012, 11:38

What is the correct spelling of this hybrid breed please?

I've seen Bluebelle, Blue Bell, Bluebell, Blue Belle etc. etc.

It would be nice to know what is correct!

laffinfowl
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Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by laffinfowl » 30 May 2012, 12:01

I,d say it depends on whatever version of the name Bluebelle whoever breeds them decides to use or which ever one you decide on. :-k

sbeau66

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by sbeau66 » 30 May 2012, 22:26

I have 2 of these, very pretty and good layers too, the feathers look like they've been pencil drawn on, and fairly docile too, handleable and get on with the others from the get go, no introduction fighting,,recommended

torschooks

Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by torschooks » 23 Apr 2013, 13:27

I've just got my first Bluebelle named Elsie. She's about 16 weeks old and bigger than my ex-bats already!!!!

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jamie_wd
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Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by jamie_wd » 24 Jul 2014, 14:35

Three Bluebells for me (my first chickens).

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Blossom, Florence, Talulah

PixieDust
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Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by PixieDust » 24 Jul 2014, 20:36

I love blues. Like the one with the orange head.
One wonderful bloke, one Cocker Spaniel. Girls arrived 15/11/14 Columbine - Winter, (Winnie), Bluebell - Pixie, Light Sussex, - Lillith, (Lily).
Black Copper Maran - Autumn, (Pob) RIP 15/12/14

jamie_wd
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Re: Bluebelle Hybrid

Post by jamie_wd » 24 Jul 2014, 20:43

Florence :)

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Re: Sexing Bluebelles

Post by algeralph » 09 Aug 2014, 12:39

ejc-free wrote:Hi,

I have 2 6-week old bluebelle chicks being raised by a foster mum, having been given them as day olds when Lindi failed to hatch any of the eggs she was determinedly brooding. Any tips for sexing these - or do we just have to wait until they start to crow or not.....
if they are true bluebelles then they will be hens.the commercial breeders who are licensed to breed these kill the cock birds at a day old.hope this helps.

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