Araucana & Assorted Bantam

PixieAndDust

Chirping
5 Years
Apr 19, 2014
131
8
96
Southern Indiana
My Coop
My Coop
Picture #1 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14.



Picture #2 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14.


Picture #3 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14. Striped Back.


Picture #4 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14. Striped Back.


Picture #5 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullets. Hatched on 04-09-14. Pixie and Dust.


Picture #6 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullets. Hatched on 04-09-14. Pixie and Dust.


Picture #7 Silkie Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14.


Picture #8 Silkie Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14.


Picture #9 Two Silkie Bantams. Bought on 04-17-14.


Picture #10 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantam is this?


Picture #11 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantam is this?


Picture #12 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantam is this?


Picture #13 Three Bantams. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantams are these?


Picture # 14 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantam is this?


Picture #15 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantam is this?


Picture #16 Two Bantams. Bought on 04-17-14. What type of Bantams are theses?


Picture #17 All together now.


Picture #18 All together now.


Picture #19 All together now.


Picture #20 All together now.


Picture #21 All together now.
 

Basskids08

Chick Logging
5 Years
Mar 9, 2014
2,830
181
178
In the country somewhere
Picture #1 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14. Picture #2 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14. Picture #3 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14. Striped Back. Picture #4 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullet. Hatched on 04-09-14. Striped Back. Picture #5 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullets. Hatched on 04-09-14. Pixie and Dust. Picture #6 Rumpless, Mink Araucana Pullets. Hatched on 04-09-14. Pixie and Dust. Picture #7 Silkie Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. Picture #8 Silkie Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. Picture #9 Two Silkie Bantams. Bought on 04-17-14. Picture #10 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantam is this?[/COLOR] Picture #11 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantam is this?[/COLOR] Picture #12 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantam is this?[/COLOR] Picture #13 Three Bantams. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantams are these?[/COLOR] Picture # 14 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantam is this?[/COLOR] Picture #15 Bantam. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantam is this?[/COLOR] Picture #16 Two Bantams. Bought on 04-17-14. [COLOR=FF0000]What type of Bantams are theses?[/COLOR] Picture #17 All together now. Picture #18 All together now. Picture #19 All together now. Picture #20 All together now. Picture #21 All together now.
Pretty sure their not Rumpless, Mink Araucana, they look like EE. Where did you buy them at? Most farm stores say they are Araucanas when they are actually EE, which are mixed breeds, considered mutts in the chicken world. 13 look like buff brahmas but not 100%.
 

juliechick

Transplanted Hillbilly
11 Years
Jun 27, 2008
3,149
61
233
Southeast AR
None of those chicks are rumpless. Rumpless means that they don't have a tail, or even the fleshy part the tails feathers attach to. Those are most likely Easter Egger chicks.
 

PixieAndDust

Chirping
5 Years
Apr 19, 2014
131
8
96
Southern Indiana
My Coop
My Coop
Meet the new 2016 bantam babies.

The white/yellow are Silkies, but anyone want to take a guess at what the other three are?

Old English? Dutch?

Praying that all 6 are healthy pullets and that my adult ladies will accept them. Fingers crossed.

I cannot wait to introduce them to my wonderful ladies.

But for now these baby chicks are in quarantine until they are the same size as my adult bantams. Then it's the playpen method.

Hard to believe that my ladies are already two years old. Seems like only yesterday they were this size. They grow up so fast!


And yes those are marbles in the water pan (to prevent drowning) and in the feed pan (added weight to prevent tipping over).










































 
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