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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by knboulay, Jan 31, 2011.
Need Help, dont know what type of chick this is................
That's a common chipmunk pattern of Easter Eggers, but it's also a partridge patterned down. I see yellow legs, could be a Welsummer or a partridge Wyandotte...
Could you tell us what its comb looks like?
flat and smooth?
tiny little rows of lumps?
A lot of my game chicks had that chipmunk look. It's so cute.
I don't think it's a welsummer- not red enough. Possibly a brown leghorn. There are alot of possibilities with that pattern. Is it a single comb?
Yes I agree to many possibilities that's why I need the help....not sure how to figure out what the comb looks like, they are only a couple days old, but this is considered as mccmurays rare exotic so I was trying to pin point the breed
Well then chances are it is a male, and likely an Easter Egger. . . (not a rare breed )
If you look closely on the forehead between the eyes, parting the fluff carefully, you'll see a tiny comb, and you'll notice a certain shape to it. (rows of bumps, smooth, or sawtooth edged)
Easter Egger (aka Hatchery quality Ameraucana)
It is soft with a small row of bumps right in the center
Well, it looks like it has muffs, so I'm gonna hafta say EE!