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I bought a few of these chicks and all I know is they are suppose to be a large brown egg layer.  Came from TSC, wondering if anyone knew what they look like as adults and are they a hybrid?
Nevermind, I answered my own questions.  That is what I get for not looking before posting.


Edited by minihorse927 - 3/2/11 at 11:25am

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NPIP# 31-508 & AI TESTED
Ducks I raise: Calls, Anconas, Pekins, Mandarins
Chickens I raise: Ohiki, Swedish flower, blue laced red Wyandotte, chocolate and black orps (bantams), coronation Sussex, crested cream legbar, barred and black cochin(LF), and porcelain d'uccle
We also have guineas in lavender, royal, and buff
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http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/minihorse927-swaps-page


NPIP# 31-508 & AI TESTED
Ducks I raise: Calls, Anconas, Pekins, Mandarins
Chickens I raise: Ohiki, Swedish flower, blue laced red Wyandotte, chocolate and black orps (bantams), coronation Sussex, crested cream legbar, barred and black cochin(LF), and porcelain d'uccle
We also have guineas in lavender, royal, and buff
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They are supposed to be white and some may have darker coloration..
Photos of 2 week olds: http://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?pid=6009799#p6009799

~❤Sasha❤~        ....From beautiful Southwestern Virginia!   
3 Rhode Island red hens, 1 Minorca, 1 Buff Orpington, 1 big black hen.. 1 RIR roo, 1 Easter Egger roo and 3 Buff Orp mix roos..

A pair of Pekin ducks and some Muscovies. Lost last years chicks (beginning to dislike dogs) :( Starting over this Spring.
http://sunshyneschicks.blogspot.com and http://www.facebook.com/sunshyne276

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~❤Sasha❤~        ....From beautiful Southwestern Virginia!   
3 Rhode Island red hens, 1 Minorca, 1 Buff Orpington, 1 big black hen.. 1 RIR roo, 1 Easter Egger roo and 3 Buff Orp mix roos..

A pair of Pekin ducks and some Muscovies. Lost last years chicks (beginning to dislike dogs) :( Starting over this Spring.
http://sunshyneschicks.blogspot.com and http://www.facebook.com/sunshyne276

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