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Originally Posted by JulieNKC View Post

I received this little mystery chick yesterday. I'm trying to figure out what it is. The eggs the person got that it could have hatched out from are russian orloff, legbars, tolblunt, olandsk dwarf, basque, and d'uccle. After looking at all the breeds and chick pics of them I'm thinking it might be a olandsk dwarf. Does it look like it could be to you guys? (it's the lighter one, the chicks around it are seramas)

 

looks like olandsk dwarf. this was mine that that was a hen...

 

this was my serama day 2, look at the beak:

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this was the olandsk dwarf day 2:

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the olandsk dwarf cockerel looked like yours.

post #492 of 701

in fact? this look like olandsk dwarf beaks? those might be crossbreeds... this is that chick in my last picture... the olandsk dwarf hen.

 

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Edited by larps1234 - 4/6/13 at 9:21am
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The serama chick in the pic came from mrsmooncat, they are pure serama. They are about 3 weeks old and in their ugly stage. lol.png The little mystery chick came from someone who received a shipment of assorted purebred eggs. She doesn't keep little chickens, so figured I would like it since I have all bantams pretty much, I like little chickens. I'm hoping the little guy/girl is a dwarf, I have eggs lined up from 2 different people later in spring and it would be wonderful to have another one from a third line. 

 

 

 

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post #494 of 701
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Originally Posted by JulieNKC View Post

The serama chick in the pic came from mrsmooncat, they are pure serama. They are about 3 weeks old and in their ugly stage. lol.png The little mystery chick came from someone who received a shipment of assorted purebred eggs. She doesn't keep little chickens, so figured I would like it since I have all bantams pretty much, I like little chickens. I'm hoping the little guy/girl is a dwarf, I have eggs lined up from 2 different people later in spring and it would be wonderful to have another one from a third line. 

 

 

 

lol the ugly stagehide.gif... i had night mares! the olandsk dwarf was the worst!gig.gif

post #495 of 701
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lol the ugly stagehide.gif... i had night mares! the olandsk dwarf was the worst!gig.gif

They have nothing on naked necks in their ugly stage. talk about nightmares, lol. th.gif lau.gif

 

Seramas, call ducks, mandarin ducks. Pics on my fb farm page www.facebook.com/ittybittybantiebarn

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post #496 of 701
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They have nothing on naked necks in their ugly stage. talk about nightmares, lol. th.gif lau.gif

 


Ahhhhhhh! they look like they fell on a tredmill and all the feathers got pulled off! this was my teen EE roo! sorry bout backround mess... sons room

post #497 of 701
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They have nothing on naked necks in their ugly stage. talk about nightmares, lol. th.gif lau.gif

 

 

Isn't the naked neck "ugly stage" kind of permanent? gig.gif

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post #498 of 701
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Isn't the naked neck "ugly stage" kind of permanent? gig.gif
Lol! My thoughts exactly, but to each there own.
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Originally Posted by mlmddh View Post

 

Isn't the naked neck "ugly stage" kind of permanent? gig.gif

 

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Lol! My thoughts exactly, but to each there own.

Lol, I agree completely. Those are hubby's ugly birds, not sure why, but he likes them. roll.png I admit that they are sweet, but am a little afraid someone is going to report me for having diseased birds when they see those running around my yard. lol.png

Seramas, call ducks, mandarin ducks. Pics on my fb farm page www.facebook.com/ittybittybantiebarn

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post #500 of 701
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Originally Posted by BLaBauve View Post

The pullet is maturing some, becoming a little bit redder in the face.

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