A few I can't ID

Shawnee Moon

In the Brooder
Feb 27, 2015
29
1
36
Powell, Wyoming
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This chick was solid black, and sold to me as a Black Australorp, along with two others who are also turning red in front. I named this girl Robin, for obvious reasons.

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This chick was sold as a Buff Orpington. She blended right in, with the exception of a slightly rosier color, hence the name Rosie. The Buff Girls are big and golden, she has a closer much darker feathering and is lighter built. No idea. She was a solid yellow chick like the others.

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This is a Buff Orpington girl. Some of the buffs are light, a couple are darker... This one has black barring on her neck and wing feathers. Another has a reddish brown color on her head.

I definitely got a surprise grab bag of chicken!

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It is curious!
 

junebuggena

Crowing
Apr 17, 2015
23,102
8,201
491
Long Beach, WA
First one might be a black sexlink pullet. Second looks like a production red. The third is a mixed breed. Might be a buff columbian Sussex. Buff Orpingtons are a solid golden buff color, with pink or white feet.
 

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