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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by CowgirlPenny, Apr 2, 2011.
What does that mean? Could be any kind of bantam?
It usually means a mix of male and female.
But it doesn't say what types you get, it just says "assorted straight run bantam chicks' so technically you could end up with ANY type of bantam right? If I was better at telling them apart, I'd get a few of the feather foots in hopes for a Sultan or Porcelain! LOL
FYI-I left off the assorted part, I knew what straight run meant.
Are these from Tractor Supply? In Michigan last year the feather footed were a mix of Bantam Brahmas and D'Uccles(mille, white, and porcelain).
We saw a list of what our possible options were and just guessed.
I missed the assorted bit. Yea, that would usually mean different breeds and different sexes.
Oh, just saw the edit part, LOL. I need more coffee, hehe.