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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by ashl768, Mar 2, 2013.
The first one could be an Easter Egger. Do any of them have feathered feet?
Maybe the reddish ones are NH or RI reds??? Dont know on the yellow/white ones......
The black one looks like a barred rock. They're all adorable!
No feathered feet, we got these from a Local 4H, a classroom hatched them and have then to me, but they weren't sure what kind they were... So I was curious what need they are...
Maybe some more chicken experts will view this and tell us what kind they yellow ones and the grey one is!
I'm thinking the ref ones are RIR, and the black one is a barred plymouth rock also...
Murray McMurray has vidoes of most of the breeds they offer as chicks. I would pour myself a cup of tea and go enjoy that cuteness.
The little yellow ones are likely something that is white as an adult. do they have random little sooty spots on their heads or bodies? Then they may be Delawares or CA Whites but if they are all yellow I would think they are something that will be all white.
Enjoy ID ing them
The yellow ones look a lot like Delawares!
Which I know from experience because I've had Delawares!
I'm not sure about the white ones though!
The two red-brown ones look like road island reds.