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What Type of Chicks do I Have?

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I went to Tractor Supply and bought six chicks. All the said about the chicks were that they were Pullets (which from my understanding if any baby chick that is female and will be able to lay eggs)
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Congrats on your new chicks! They look very similar to our ISA Browns when they were chicks, but this is just a guess. smile.png
Lovin' my life in the country with my animals and my family! And a proud owner of a Beagle!

~henny1129
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Lovin' my life in the country with my animals and my family! And a proud owner of a Beagle!

~henny1129
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Thank you so much, here is another picture!! Were they good chickens?
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Thank you so much, here is another picture!! Were they good chickens?
They are wonderful! They were the first chickens we ever had and we still have them. Whenever we go out to the coop they are always the first ones to come running to to us. smile.png They are also super good egg layers! I'm now almost positive yours are ISA Browns because I looked up pictures of ISA Brown chicks on the Internet and they looked like yours as well. Also all the Tractor Supply's where I live always have like two bins full of the ISA Browns, so I think that they are like Tractor Supply's "specialty birds", so I wouldn't be surprised if you got them.
Lovin' my life in the country with my animals and my family! And a proud owner of a Beagle!

~henny1129
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Lovin' my life in the country with my animals and my family! And a proud owner of a Beagle!

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