Baby hen guessing game

Sarahfields18

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Who wants to help me play what hens do I have?!
 

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Gallinarium

Crowing
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Too early to tell.
The black and white ones could be australorp or jersey giant.
Also, never count your hens until they're about 12 weeks old
I'll assume that they know this and are joking. And so: all frickin adorable. Black ones are cockerals. Light ones are pullets. In all seriousness, it is far too soon to tell, but oh my gosh they are so fluffy.
 

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