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2 of my pullets had combs and feathering (not color but type) at that age. I am guessing pullet but could be the too young to tell.
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Needing the expert opinions on this one of mine. Bantam EE, five weeks old and I've been told cockerel but want to make sure before I do anything. 







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I'm a victim of mislabeled chicks from The feed store. Someone told me these are
EE's... But they don't seem to have the characteristics I read about on here. Thoughts?
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I'm a victim of mislabeled chicks from The feed store. Someone told me these are
EE's... But they don't seem to have the characteristics I read about on here. Thoughts?

Forgot to add the other chick pic.
They are both roughly 7 weeks.
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I'm a victim of mislabeled chicks from The feed store. Someone told me these are
EE's... But they don't seem to have the characteristics I read about on here. Thoughts?

Pioneers/Dixie/Rainbow; different hatcheries have different names for them, but they are all the same thing. They are dual-purpose mixed breeds.

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Is
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Pioneers/Dixie/Rainbow; different hatcheries have different names for them, but they are all the same thing. They are dual-purpose mixed breeds.
Is the other one the same? Or is she something else?
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Is the other one the same? Or is she something else?

Both are probably the same thing. Pioneers have a wide range of colorings, since they aren't really a breed.

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So excited! My 22 week old EE laid her first egg yesterday. Small olive green one!
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My 19 week old Easter egger layed an egg!!

Her egg is the blue one. The first one is from my barred rock, second is a black silkie, third blue egg is from her.
Edited by minichicks05 - 6/22/16 at 11:14am
1 silkie, 1 black australorp, 3 white Plymouth rocks, 2 easter eggers, 2 buff orpingtons , 2 barred rocks.
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1 silkie, 1 black australorp, 3 white Plymouth rocks, 2 easter eggers, 2 buff orpingtons , 2 barred rocks.
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Congratulations, it's so fun to see what color they will lay!
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Im new here. Kids left home so got me some chickens. Could you tell my if this ee from the feed store,roll.png is a he/ she. I know the sex of all the others but not this one. I have been on this sight now for 3 months. Finally joined. Love readying the threads. Buy now you think I would know, but these red ones are really hard to sex.

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