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post #11 of 19
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That's a White Leghorn chick.
that is what I thought, but the paperwork said the RR were marked with green. I think there was a problem.
post #12 of 19

The white leghorns will be the easy ones in that mix. yellow chicks

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post #13 of 19
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Any guesses on the greyish brown one on the roost with white in its wing?
post #14 of 19
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No guesses on that one?
post #15 of 19
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Newer pictures of a few. Choices on these pullets include Welsummer, Brown Leghorn, EE, and I think the last is an ISA Brown.




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post #16 of 19
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Newer pictures of a few. Choices on these pullets include Welsummer, Brown Leghorn, EE, and I think the last is an ISA Brown.




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One the first three pics, I'm not seeing the yellow legs of a Welsummer or Leghorn. I think Speckled Sussex, or if it's much smaller than the rest, Old English Game bantam.

The red and white is definitely a kind of red sexlink pullet.

post #17 of 19
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One the first three pics, I'm not seeing the yellow legs of a Welsummer or Leghorn. I think Speckled Sussex, or if it's much smaller than the rest, Old English Game bantam.
The red and white is definitely a kind of red sexlink pullet.
I ordered RIR, white and brown Leghorn, ISA brown, Welsummer, Golden Nuggets, SLW, BR, pullets and a few dual purpose Red Ranger 8male 2_females, and 2 each rainbow. (18 of 49 died right after shipping and messed up my numbers to help sort)
I hatched Ameruacana/EE eggs (also 4 LO and 4 blk/blue EE which I can ID).
Those are the choices.
Edited by daxigait - 4/6/16 at 7:41am
post #18 of 19

I'm pretty sure it isn't a Welsummer, Leghorn, or Easter Egger. Maybe the hatchery got their chicks mixed up. That does happen sometimes.

post #19 of 19
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There are four different ones there. I think the second is one of two surviving Welsummer. I will get its legs tonight. I think the top one is a brown Leghorn with the lighter parts on the head, but I have not had Leghorns. The third I am not sure because I think it is one of my hatch of eggs sold as Amer., but I think are EE so I don't know what the cross is. Most have the tuff/muff stuff.
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