Ameraucana? What are these girls? Easter eggers?

Sultan's girls

Chirping
Oct 17, 2018
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Hello, we was given some bitties from the feed store that was very tiny so they didn't think they would make it. My husband gave them a feed recipe and some of it made and they gave me 6 bitties. Well, since I was not feeling well that day, I didn't recall what type they are. Two of them did pass but it was obvious reasons, no disease. I am still having trouble identifying the pullets' breads. I have a solid white Sultan rooster that's georgeous, and then 3 young hens that are not Sultan. Can someone please help me identify these 3 beauties. They started laying eggs and just hatched some off. They are just darling.
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Sultan's girls

Chirping
Oct 17, 2018
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Westville, FL
Sorry it was supposed to say Am
Hello, we was given some bitties from the feed store that was very tiny so they didn't think they would make it. My husband gave them a feed recipe and some of it made and they gave me 6 bitties. Well, since I was not feeling well that day, I didn't recall what type they are. Two of them did pass but it was obvious reasons, no disease. I am still having trouble identifying the pullets' breads. I have a solid white Sultan rooster that's georgeous, and then 3 young hens that are not Sultan. Can someone please help me identify these 3 beauties. They started laying eggs and just hatched some off. They are just darling.
 

Sultan's girls

Chirping
Oct 17, 2018
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Westville, FL
I'm sorry, I mispelled Ameraucana breed.
Hello, we was given some bitties from the feed store that was very tiny so they didn't think they would make it. My husband gave them a feed recipe and some of it made and they gave me 6 bitties. Well, since I was not feeling well that day, I didn't recall what type they are. Two of them did pass but it was obvious reasons, no disease. I am still having trouble identifying the pullets' breads. I have a solid white Sultan rooster that's georgeous, and then 3 young hens that are not Sultan. Can someone please help me identify these 3 beauties. They started laying eggs and just hatched some off. They are just darling. View attachment 1584404
 

JedJackson

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Hello, we was given some bitties from the feed store that was very tiny so they didn't think they would make it. My husband gave them a feed recipe and some of it made and they gave me 6 bitties. Well, since I was not feeling well that day, I didn't recall what type they are. Two of them did pass but it was obvious reasons, no disease. I am still having trouble identifying the pullets' breads. I have a solid white Sultan rooster that's georgeous, and then 3 young hens that are not Sultan. Can someone please help me identify these 3 beauties. They started laying eggs and just hatched some off. They are just darling. View attachment 1584404
They are not Ameraucanas. In picture 2 the red bird looks like a white laced red Cornish bantam. I would need a better picture to identify the blue bird next to her. Possibly a blue rosecomb or blue Hamburg bantam, or maybe a blue D'Anvers bantam. In picture 3 you have a buff laced Sebright bantam next to your Sultan rooster.
 

Sultan's girls

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Pictures are below. Thanks so much for your help.
 

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JedJackson

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Pictures are below. Thanks so much for your help.
Hmmm. Well, it has the beard and muffs, the clean legs, and the right type of comb for a blue D'Anvers or maybe a splash D'Anvers, so that's your best bet for breed. However, that body type is way off for a D'Anvers bantam, so probably it this way because it is hatchery quality.

I can't think of anything else that fits, unless she is an Easter egger bantam. But it seems like too much of a coincidence to have both a solid color and a rose comb in an Easter egger, so I would go with D'Anvers.
 

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