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Anyone know what breed this bantam chick is its wings are beginning to feather out
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I would only take a guess that it MAY be a silver seabright.   They are common  in bantam  assortment  packages.  Mine lived for 13 years.  

Different varieties all living in harmony. As of October 2014 none in this group are with me anymore. No I did not eat them. The silver seabrite ( black and white) lived 13 years. The golden seabrite lived 9 years.

3rd one down center. 

 

Edit... Forgot to WELCOME YOU.. :welcome


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I would only take a guess that it MAY be a silver seabright.   They are common  in bantam  assortment  packages.  Mine lived for 13 years.  

Different varieties all living in harmony. As of October 2014 none in this group are with me anymore. No I did not eat them. The silver seabrite ( black and white) lived 13 years. The golden seabrite lived 9 years.

3rd one down center. 

 

Edit... Forgot to WELCOME YOU.. :welcome

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I need help....All of these chicks came from either blue, green or chocolate eggs. I'd love a breed assessment but also a sex guess :)

 

This one I'm pretty sure is a pullet and is black with orange bits (like a gold laced wyendotte).

 

 

No clue...The white with black splotches is a pullet I believe. But I have no idea on breed. I was thinking Deleware...but then thought maybe a blue egg layer whose name I can't recall at the moment.

 

I have no idea on the brownie/red one.

 

Im fairly sure this is a roo....Should I be concerned because he seems unfeathered at the middle of the back?

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Maybe a silver laced wyandotte?

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The first picture looks like it maybe a Gold laced Wynndotte, can you get better pictures? The bottom picture does look like it's a cockerel.

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