I have a few more pics to show of our chicks. These chicks are just so much fun! We have not had any problems so far...no lethargy from any chick, no pasty butt, nothing. I hope this trend continues! I have picked out most of the breeds, I think. I can't tell which ones are Speckled Sussex. The EEs are so varied in coloring that the SS are hard to pick out to my inexperienced eyes.
Red Sex Link / Red Star / Golden Comet / Whatever else they are called...
Cuckoo Marans? I only ordered two of this breed and these are the only two chicks that are distinctly different than the other chicks.
Light Brahma. Their feathered legs are so cute!! They all look pretty similar so far.
Here are a few Easter Eggers:
My husband and I call this one "Fat Face"
This EE is quite the little stinker. She was the first to come sit on my hand after they had been settled in their brooder. She hopped right up into my hand and promptly settled down to a nap. She is very active and likes to spend most of her time trying to eat the light on the remote temperature sensor I have in the brooder.
And then there is this little guy:
He is definitely our little Mystery Chick from McMurray. And whoa is he a little firebrand! He runs everywhere, has to be in the middle of everything, and always hops up on a proffered hand. My husband thinks this is a little roo simply because of his activity level. We shall see, I suppose. The closest thing I can find on McMurray's website is a Salmon Faverolles. I am going to seek help in the "what breed" thread section on this one.