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Buff Orpington? Or something else

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I got her with two other buff orpingtons. She has been different such as , bigger, lighter wings, and the obvious green feet. Could she be a totally different breed? Or half? My boyfriend thinks possible EE? What do you guys think? And if she is No a buff will she get picked on for being only one of her kind? She's leader of my group now
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Are those ear muffs in the picture? She looks like and Easter Egger to me, with the green feet and muffs.

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Originally Posted by elizabethjg View Post

Are those ear muffs in the picture? She looks like and Easter Egger to me, with the green feet and muffs.

Sorry what are ear muffs? I am new to BYC these are my first chicks. If she is an Easter egg will she get picked on for being only one of her kind?
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This is one of my EEs Buttercup, muffs are the little fluffs under and around her beak. Your chick shouldn’t get picked on if they are all the same age and if they were rased together. And welcome to BYC!

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That is so funny we've been calling them her cheeks. She defiantly has them! Wow , so she might be an EE! That's such a surprise to me we got the last three "buff orpingtons " at the place along with our other breeds.
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Haha, well they are a very sweet and funny breed. And they lay the green/blue eggs! Good luck with your chicks!

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