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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by kamimccoy40 View Post

Maybe just don't know how to find out what kind of chicken I have without picture. I think it might be an americana but not sure.
Could you answer some questions?

1. How big is the chicken? Large, moderate chicken size, small
2. What kind of comb?
3. What color comb?
4. What color skin?

Let me try uploading a picture...

idunno.gif worked for me
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When I don't fit in and I don’t feel like I belong anywhere
When I don’t measure up to much in this life
Oh, I’m a treasure in the arms of Christ (forgiven ~ Sanctus real))
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post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by BeanHen View Post

Well, we can't be sure without pictures, but your description does sound like they could be Australorps. This is what the chicks look like, and the adult hens' feathers are black but (luminescent?) reflect a greenish color.

post #13 of 17
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Originally Posted by kamimccoy40 View Post

Those look like what these chick's looked like when we got them. They are only two months old. But their feathers do reflect a green color. Thank you and that name does sound like the name that was on the tag at the store. I knew it was some unusual name and didn't think it was Americana but couldn't remember
post #14 of 17
I finally got to post a pic on another thread wink.png Hopefully it works for you soon!

I have a wonderful loving family, so that means my chickens get alot of love from us-well from me & my son mostly, but I like to pretend my husband loves it too! 1 collie dog,3 cats, 4 Leghorns, 1 OEGB rooster, 7-Gold Comets,2 Dekalb Amberlinks, 2 Buff Brahma's, 1 Light Brahma's, 4 Naked Necks, 2 Col. Rock Cross, 1 Silver Laced Wyandotte hens, 2 Silikes, and more breeds on the way! .

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I have a wonderful loving family, so that means my chickens get alot of love from us-well from me & my son mostly, but I like to pretend my husband loves it too! 1 collie dog,3 cats, 4 Leghorns, 1 OEGB rooster, 7-Gold Comets,2 Dekalb Amberlinks, 2 Buff Brahma's, 1 Light Brahma's, 4 Naked Necks, 2 Col. Rock Cross, 1 Silver Laced Wyandotte hens, 2 Silikes, and more breeds on the way! .

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post #15 of 17

They look like black australorps to me, the green feathers are very characteristic.  They could be jersey giants too, but they are less common.

2 black australorp pullets, 3 BA babies, and two border collies (one angel and one cute troublemaker chicken licker)
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2 black australorp pullets, 3 BA babies, and two border collies (one angel and one cute troublemaker chicken licker)
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post #16 of 17
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post #17 of 17

They sound like Black Australorps.


Edited by Chicken Girl1 - 5/4/16 at 1:53pm
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