Legs and Toes: Legs– moderately long, straight when viewed from the front. It was bred by crossing a Brown Leghorn with a Barred Rock. There should not be white or black tips on the feathers. Legs–moderately long, straight when viewed from the front. The back is long and flat while the moderately full tail is carried at 45°to the back. Legbar Eggs. Shanks round, strong, and free from feathers. Keel is of good length, following the line of the back. Legs and Toes: Legs–moderately long, straight when viewed from the front. Especially noted for the autosexing feature in offspring, and production of eggs. Shoulder—gold, barred with dark gray, chestnut permissible. Beak: Yellow, horn streaking is acceptable. Photo from Wikipedia. Discover (and save!) Main tail—feathers broad and overlapping. The Gold Legbar is very similar to the Cream Legbar and is a true autosexing breed which means that you can tell the sex of the chicks by the colour of the feathers. Moderately long, carried at an angle of thirty-five degrees above horizontal. Hackles-Pale straw neck hackles, barred with gold and black. The Cream Legbar possesses in contrast to the Gold Legbar and the Silver Legbar a crest due to its Araucana blood. I find Gold Legbars to be a stunning bird in person but I have yet to see a photo of that can show the true beauty of the breed. The cream Legbar chicken is a fairly noisy breed. Feathers moderately broad and of sufficient length to carry well up to tail. Young free range gold Legbar roosters
Nearly five months old.
One in first image not available!! Gold Legbars originated by mixing the breeding of Brown Leghorns (Leg) and Dark Barred Plymouth Rocks (Bar). It carries itself sprightly and alert. Skin soft. Yes, they do make a good starter chicken. '.webs.com' : 'none'; --> Unless your Cream Legbar has coloration that matches this image of a gold crele Leghorn, ... Another Cream Legbar Rooster in the same Poultry show as the above rooster - showing lighter sadddle feathers. The Cream Legbar inherited favorable traits from each of those breeds and made for a beautiful, productive blue egg layer. Breast: Chestnut to rich salmon, well defined in outline, some feathers having a slightly lighter shaft permissible. Ear-lobes: Enamel white. !