Any ideas on what these are?

gardenchicken5

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I bought 3 little pullets at Big R. They are supposed to be good for Colorado climate but that's all I know. Thanks for the help!









 

Kelsie2290

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Hello :frow and Welcome To BYC! The first and last ones look like they could be Silver Laced Wyandottes, the blackest one could be a Black Sex Link (Black Star) the yellow chick could be a lot of things, maybe A White Plymouth Rock or something like an Amberlink.
 

gardenchicken5

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Here are some more recent pics with the newer red chick too. Ideas? Thanks!!!








 

Kelsie2290

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How old are the chicks? That one on the right in the last picture actually looks like it might be a rooster.
 

gardenchicken5

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How old are the chicks? That one on the right in the last picture actually looks like it might be a rooster.
The older 3 are almost 4 weeks. The red one is a week younger. Hopefully no roos. I'm not allowed to have them in the city.
 

Stephanie79

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The black one looks like my black copper maran hen. I may be wrong though. However, the green tint to the feathers looks almost identical to my Sophie. I did notice though that there are no feathers on her feet which may mean I'm wrong.

Sophie, my maran hen, is totally black with a slight green tint to her wing feathers and has feathers on her feet as well.
 
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