Are these Black Australorps?

KYchickentender

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They were listed as rainbow layers at TSC but I’m pretty sure they are going to lay brown eggs. And I think one or two of them may already be laying. They are only a little over 4 months old, but I have been getting extra eggs the last few days other than what my RIRs usually lay.
 

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ColtHandorf

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They are very slender for Black Australorps, but I suppose anything is possible coming from a hatchery.

These were some hatchery quality Black Australorps I had many years ago. As they were developed from Orpingtons, they should be a larger, fluffy/round bird.

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edgarmongold

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They are very slender for Black Australorps, but I suppose anything is possible coming from a hatchery.

These were some hatchery quality Black Australorps I had many years ago. As they were developed from Orpingtons, they should be a larger, fluffy/round bird.

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