I have a pullet that is the offspring of two Partridge Chanteclers, she does not have a cushion comb and she has wattles. It has been a while since I looked into cushion comb genetics, but I seem to recall that it is not completely understood and what is understood indicates that non-cushion combs can creep into a cushion combed flock.
Rose combs are usually rather flat and close to the bird's head. Sometimes it will form a point and extend further back than the rest of the comb. "Puddin," winner of the rose comb contest, owned by shepan2: Click here to see more rose combs! 5. The Strawberry Strawberry combs are very similar to rose combs, except that they form no point and are not as flat.
"Pearl," winner of the single comb contest, owned by elsasmom Click here to see more single combs! 2. The Buttercup The buttercup comb is quite the novel headgear for poultry, and is reserved for the breed that carries its name. In appearance, the buttercup comb has a very small single comb in the center, with a larger one on either side.
Simple and user-friendly, the V-Comb is a reusable and allergy-free head lice comb for both children and adults. This gentle, yet effective, treatment is safe for home use and eliminates both head lice and their eggs (nits) without the need for harmful chemicals or special lice shampoos.
"Elliot," winner of the walnut comb contest, owned by BarnGoddess01 Click here to see more walnut combs! 9. The Carnation The Carnation comb is somewhat rare and found on the Empordanesa and Penedesenca breeds. It is a single comb with two side sprigs on either side of the back of the comb.