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Need help identifying my baby chicks

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I purchased a happy crackle package from Crackle Hatchery about three week ago. I have no clue what I have. This was a hatchery choice package including 10 pullets, 1 roster, 10 rare breeds, along with 2 turkeys, 2 geese, and 2 ducks. Any help identifying the breeds would be grateful.
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I see some Polish in there, and a definite Spitzhauben. ☺ I LOVE LOVE LOVE Spitz!

~Alex

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Alex the Golden Campine- talented flier, mischievous little busybody, crackly-voiced conversationalist, loyal sidekick, and my sociable, cuddly sweetie.

 

"But God clearly shows and proves His own love for us, by the fact that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us" Romans 5:8

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I see some Polish in there, and a definite Spitzhauben. ☺ I LOVE LOVE LOVE Spitz!

~Alex

x2 could you get better individual pictures? I also see what maybe a Barred Rock or Cuckoo Maran, maybe to Buff Orpingtons, and also one that looks like a Silkie.

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Thanks so much for the help. Do you have any clue what the dark reds are in pic #5 and #8. These are my ten pullets and one rooster. This company sells New Hampshire and Rhode Island Reds but I can't verify. Also the quall looking chick in the first pic could be several different breeds. The only breeds I am able to verify are the Barred Rock, Polish and Silkies. 

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Thanks so much for the help. Do you have any clue what the dark reds are in pic #5 and #8. These are my ten pullets and one rooster. This company sells New Hampshire and Rhode Island Reds but I can't verify. Also the quall looking chick in the first pic could be several different breeds. The only breeds I am able to verify are the Barred Rock, Polish and Silkies. 

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I think the red ones are RIRs, you may also have an Easter Egger or some Wlesummers. It is just hard to tell from the photos.

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