4 1/2 wks..girls out for the first time!..help ID a couple....pic hvy

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by mbrparker, Mar 17, 2009.

  1. mbrparker

    mbrparker New Egg

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    Had a beautiful Alabama day..77 degrees and the girls wanted out of the coop ( some not by choice ;-)...all 25 of em...(well not all girls...2 leghorn roos!)...please help us ID the girls in the solo pics...the black and white and chipmunk colored...we know we've got EE's , white crested black polish and cochins but thats it...others we dont have a clue...the girls spent all day out and had a ball.. didnt want to go back in the coop! hope that part gets easier...

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    look at us were fuzzy!

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    hangin at the back of the coop

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    oh yeah almost forgot please tell us what we are ????
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  2. fairladi_chick

    fairladi_chick Out Of The Brooder

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    the black & white ones look like barred rocks.
     
  3. selinagil

    selinagil Chillin' With My Peeps

    I agree---the last ones look like Barred Rocks--not sure about the others--sorry. [​IMG]

    On second thought---The chick in the first picture has greenish legs so I think it might be an EE. The second pic didn't show up--maybe a messed up link.
     
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  4. JenMT

    JenMT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    My Barred Rocks are 6.5 weeks old and that is exactly what they look like too. Good luck with the rest!
     
  5. TammyTX

    TammyTX Overrun With Chickens

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    The chipmunk chicks can also be EE's or Welsummers...my Wellies look more like chipmunks than my EE's do.

    If the black/white don't turn out to be BR or Dominiques maybe they are Marans. The black/white birds didn't have white spots on their heads? Marans have a white spot on their heads with the roos having the larger spots.

    This is a Welsummer at two weeks:
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  6. texaschickmama

    texaschickmama Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Agree with everyone. Black and white ones are barred rocks, the black one with feathered legs is a cochin, the white one with feathered legs is a cochin. Cute chickens, I bet they had a ball out for the first time.
     
  7. RHewitt

    RHewitt Chillin' With My Peeps

    White ones without fuzzy feet could be White Rocks. They are often sold along with EE, and Barred Rocks. Great looking group of teenagers. I call em teenagers because they are not quite grown and a little clumsy.
     

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