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Snake, looks like a sidewinder. They leave tracks like that.
In line--- Rhode Island Red....Easter Egger....and Comet(red sex link)
The first one is a barred/EE? cross of some sort. The second could be a Dominique if that's a rose comb. Where did you get them?
Looks like a production red. Is the big one crowing, cause they all look like hens to me.....
Did you specifically order all EEs or are you going by the chipmunk pattern?
Does it seem to stay consistent with the same bird? If you have a hen that throws more roos, will that continue to be the pattern for that bird?
In addition to the color question, are your odds generally 50/50 m-f at hatch? Or is that way off? What determines it?
I have 1 colored like that, but she has noticeable chipmunk striping to her. I'm still leaning toward partridge though.
I'm thinking I got some BR and BA. I did finally realize they sent an extra chick! 26 woohoo!
Maybe a partridge rock?
The red chick is a red sex link pullet. Sorry, I can't help with the silkies or ducks.
I looks to dark to me, but I'm not an expert. Can you post some better pics?
Orloffs have a beard and muffs.
He's beautiful! I have 2 comet roos, nice looking but I would love to have something with a little more pizazz.
I'll give them a little longer, then post some updated pics. They are slowly starting to change, I'm hoping soon I'll have a better idea what I have.
I'm not certain, but I don't think the last 3 are wyandottes. Yours appear to have dark legs, wyandottes don't. The color could be partridge.
I would say an Old English Game Bantam pullet.
I think I'm starting to get it, but on the calculator I can't make the rooster look like my comet. It either has black or dun markings.
If EE legs aren't always green, what about the combs?
I have 2 comet roos. One is white, but the dominant roo is white with red. I guess it's really more of a light cream color, I don't think the...