4x sets of people's eggs. What breeds

NatJ

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I got these eggs side of road they aren't mine
Oh, I didn't know which chicks came out of which eggs.
Australorp-mix was mentioned in your first post.

If you don't have any idea what breed, but they were normal-sized brown eggs, then Barred Rock mix is fairly likely as well. The dot on the head usually indicates the chick will have white barring (which I should have remembered before saying they might be Australorp mixes: they won't have barring unless they have at least one barred parent.)
 

JesusisGod

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Oh, I didn't know which chicks came out of which eggs.
Australorp-mix was mentioned in your first post.

If you don't have any idea what breed, but they were normal-sized brown eggs, then Barred Rock mix is fairly likely as well. The dot on the head usually indicates the chick will have white barring (which I should have remembered before saying they might be Australorp mixes: they won't have barring unless they have at least one barred parent.)
Yh could be barred rock. See next couple days when feathers grow out more. Thanks
 

JesusisGod

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On the mend
 

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JesusisGod

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This one came from green egg it has long neck. Different batch eggs unknown what breeds
 

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Guess breed?
Black one from green egg
 

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NatJ

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Guess breed?
Black one from green egg

It appears to have a single comb, and there is no pure breed in the USA that has:
--single comb
--green eggs (or blue eggs)
--black feathers

So it must be a mix of some kind.
If a female, when it grows up, it might lay green eggs, or it might lay some shade of brown eggs.
 

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