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What breed did I get at Atwoods

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Got to love fall chick days at Atwoods. Just stopped in to pickup some adult chicken feed and looked in the bins. To my surprise I saw in the straight run bins 7 Egyptian fayoumis. I grabbed them and then 5 more that I'm not sure what breed on. 3 of some grayish chicks with brown stripes and 2 sparrow looking. Here are some pics:





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These are splash laced red wyandottes
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2 dogs, 6 cats, 40 chickens (australorps, wyandottes, and easter eggers), lots of tropical fish, and a toddler. 
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2 dogs, 6 cats, 40 chickens (australorps, wyandottes, and easter eggers), lots of tropical fish, and a toddler. 
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These could be Welsummers, Speckled Sussex, or Easter Eggers.

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The others could also be leghorns, phoenix, or several others in addition to the ones suggested by junebuggena. You'll most likely have to wait until they are 1-2 months old to determine breed on those.
2 dogs, 6 cats, 40 chickens (australorps, wyandottes, and easter eggers), lots of tropical fish, and a toddler. 
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2 dogs, 6 cats, 40 chickens (australorps, wyandottes, and easter eggers), lots of tropical fish, and a toddler. 
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post #5 of 9

Splash Laced Red Wyandottes and any of several possibilities. Cute chicks!

Breeder of Dutch bantams, Wyandotte bantams, and a few exhibition rabbits.

Feel free to ask me questions about chicken and rabbit care, breeds, and showing! I'm always happy to help!

 

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Breeder of Dutch bantams, Wyandotte bantams, and a few exhibition rabbits.

Feel free to ask me questions about chicken and rabbit care, breeds, and showing! I'm always happy to help!

 

"All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts."

--William Shakespeare

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These could be Welsummers, Speckled Sussex, or Easter Eggers.

I believe they are too light colored for welsummers, and they do not have and muffs or beards for Easter Eggers ( I hatch a few of these out naturally every year). I'm thinking silver duckwing Phoenix.

As for the other ones I was thinking some kind of wyndotte. Had thought Columbian at first.
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I believe they are too light colored for welsummers, and they do not have and muffs or beards for Easter Eggers ( I hatch a few of these out naturally every year). I'm thinking silver duckwing Phoenix.

As for the other ones I was thinking some kind of wyndotte. Had thought Columbian at first.

I've got some clean faced Easter Eggers. The fluffy cheeks are not guaranteed.

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agree with Junebuggena

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I stand corrected. I didn't know that. Thanks
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