Any ideas on these two?

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  1. krferrei

    krferrei In the Brooder

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  2. Rachel Taylor

    Rachel Taylor Crowing

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    The black and white or gray and white may be a Seabright. Not sure on the other
     
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    I am not sure what little brown one is either. It is much darker than my RIR’s were when they were little. Thank you for the help.
     
  4. Rachel Taylor

    Rachel Taylor Crowing

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    No I don’t believe the other is a Rhode Island red. Mine were much lighter with no markings on the feathers when I had mine as chicks If that is a Seabright you are the third person I’ve seen today with the Seabright. Starting to get jealous. Ha ha
     
  5. krferrei

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    I’ve never had Sebright. I have RIR, silkies and frizzles. This last pick up I grabbed three more frizzles and one possible sultan so I’m pretty excited. The Boyfriend picked out the little brown one. No clue what it could be lol go figure he picked the odd ball.
     
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    976B946C-6E65-4D6B-B62E-3FED19C71D99.jpeg Another picture.
     
  7. Rachel Taylor

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    That’s what husbands are good for. I have a daughter that always picks the oddball. My husband is just an odd ball. Ha ha I’ve never had a Seabright but always been very very interested in them. But never see them For sale. And in less it is a very productive layer my husband wants nothing to do with feeding or owning it
     
  8. Rachel Taylor

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    Oh my goodness what is that yellow white fluff? So cute. What kind is that one?
     
  9. krferrei

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    That one is one of the bantam frizzles. I have now 5 of them. Their soft like silkies but their little feathers flip out. So cute. Look them up. They lay very tiny eggs but all of our bantams have turned out to be the nicest pets we’ve ever had.
     
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  10. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Chook Snuggler

    Does the black chick have feathered legs? If so, it's a Black Cochin. :)
    As far as your red baby - what comb type? That will answer some questions.

    ~Alex
     

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