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I would need to see the comb to be sure, but looks like a possible Campine, Buttercup, or something else...


see I was thinking campine too but they are rare enough that most hatcheries don't carry them, but since you think so too then it very well may be, I don't know about buttercup I don't think there is enough speckling in the breast but same body shape so it is a possibility too.
Some feed stores will be assorted rare breeds. That's how I got my Campine, Buttercup, Lakenvelder, and Sumatra.
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post #12 of 19
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I would need to see the comb to be sure, but looks like a possible Campine, Buttercup, or something else...


see I was thinking campine too but they are rare enough that most hatcheries don't carry them, but since you think so too then it very well may be, I don't know about buttercup I don't think there is enough speckling in the breast but same body shape so it is a possibility too.
Some feed stores will be assorted rare breeds. That's how I got my Campine, Buttercup, Lakenvelder, and Sumatra.


uhhh no fair there aren't any feed stores around me the most "exotic" ones they stock in orschelns are silver laced wyandottes and in H&S white crested black polish haha, nothing exciting we get the typical ones RIR, sexlinks, orpington, cornish cross, barred rocks, and ameraucana. 

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I would need to see the comb to be sure, but looks like a possible Campine, Buttercup, or something else...



see I was thinking campine too but they are rare enough that most hatcheries don't carry them, but since you think so too then it very well may be, I don't know about buttercup I don't think there is enough speckling in the breast but same body shape so it is a possibility too.
Some feed stores will be assorted rare breeds. That's how I got my Campine, Buttercup, Lakenvelder, and Sumatra.


uhhh no fair there aren't any feed stores around me the most "exotic" ones they stock in orschelns are silver laced wyandottes and in H&S white crested black polish haha, nothing exciting we get the typical ones RIR, sexlinks, orpington, cornish cross, barred rocks, and ameraucana. 
I was thinking you got them from a feed storstore (duh) must be thinking someone else, but it would be nice if it were a rare one, huh? I like just watching mine... They seem to have a lot of personality too.
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When I don’t measure up to much in this life
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post #14 of 19
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I would need to see the comb to be sure, but looks like a possible Campine, Buttercup, or something else...



see I was thinking campine too but they are rare enough that most hatcheries don't carry them, but since you think so too then it very well may be, I don't know about buttercup I don't think there is enough speckling in the breast but same body shape so it is a possibility too.
Some feed stores will be assorted rare breeds. That's how I got my Campine, Buttercup, Lakenvelder, and Sumatra.


uhhh no fair there aren't any feed stores around me the most "exotic" ones they stock in orschelns are silver laced wyandottes and in H&S white crested black polish haha, nothing exciting we get the typical ones RIR, sexlinks, orpington, cornish cross, barred rocks, and ameraucana. 
I was thinking you got them from a feed storstore (duh) must be thinking someone else, but it would be nice if it were a rare one, huh? I like just watching mine... They seem to have a lot of personality too.

 H&S and Orschens are  both feed stores, I like watching mine too, last year I had 5 RIR and 3 ameraucana and then some dogs killed 1 of each breed then I gave away my RIR roo to my neighbor because he was mean an he became stew, so this spring I got 1 silver laced wyandotte, 1 leghorn, 1 black tailed white japanese, on my next trip I got 1 ameraucana, next trip another black tailed white japanese and 2 sliver sebrights, my mother got two ameraucana chicks on easter so that is our list of chicks and for my SAE this summer I decided to hatch eggs from my ameraucana pair(I have a roo from that first bunch) and hatch them to sell them so I have 4 ameraucana and 2 RIR/ameraucana on day 14, 1 ameraucana and 1 ameraucana/RIR eggs on 13, 1 ameraucana and 1 ameraucana/RIRon day 14 then 3 serama eggs on day 5, and 2 serama eggs on day 3 I am getting serama eggs from my neighbor. So what other birds do you have?

post #15 of 19
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I would need to see the comb to be sure, but looks like a possible Campine, Buttercup, or something else...




see I was thinking campine too but they are rare enough that most hatcheries don't carry them, but since you think so too then it very well may be, I don't know about buttercup I don't think there is enough speckling in the breast but same body shape so it is a possibility too.
Some feed stores will be assorted rare breeds. That's how I got my Campine, Buttercup, Lakenvelder, and Sumatra.



uhhh no fair there aren't any feed stores around me the most "exotic" ones they stock in orschelns are silver laced wyandottes and in H
I was thinking you got them from a feed storstore (duh) must be thinking someone else, but it would be nice if it were a rare one, huh? I like just watching mine... They seem to have a lot of personality too.
 H&S and Orschens are  both feed stores, I like watching mine too, last year I had 5 RIR and 3 ameraucana and then some dogs killed 1 of each breed then I gave away my RIR roo to my neighbor because he was mean an he became stew, so this spring I got 1 silver laced wyandotte, 1 leghorn, 1 black tailed white japanese, on my next trip I got 1 ameraucana, next trip another black tailed white japanese and 2 sliver sebrights, my mother got two ameraucana chicks on easter so that is our list of chicks and for my SAE this summer I decided to hatch eggs from my ameraucana pair(I have a roo from that first bunch) and hatch them to sell them so I have 4 ameraucana and 2 RIR/ameraucana on day 14, 1 ameraucana and 1 ameraucana/RIR eggs on 13, 1 ameraucana and 1 ameraucana/RIRon day 14 then 3 serama eggs on day 5, and 2 serama eggs on day 3 I am getting serama eggs from my neighbor. So what other birds do you have?
I have Barred Rocks, Golden Links, and Partridge Rocks. In my rare ones coop I have a couple of silkies too.
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post #16 of 19


awesome the mixed flocks are always better than a single breed throughout the whole flock, I love mine and everyone has their own individual quirks.

post #17 of 19

Here in Arkansas the birds at Atwoods are from Ideal.  I do not know if that is true for all their stores or not.

post #18 of 19

looks like campine, blue andulusian, and a golden laced wyandotte we will have to see combs but since I checked ideal that is what they had, that matched.

post #19 of 19
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WHAT BREED ARE MY BABIES!

 

I am completely new to raising chickens and I am unsure what breed mine are..

I can get a better picture once I get back home but for now this is the only picture that I have of them on hand..

 

 

(Also, I was cleaning the cage it NEVER looks like that! Plus I just started building them a coop!)

its still in progress...

 

 

Back to the main objective: Do you have an idea of breed?

 

Looking at the green legs on the closest one.  I would say Easter Egger for that one.

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