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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by disneygirlaudra, Mar 5, 2016.
Better pictures would help. There are lots of breeds that start of black and white as chicks...
This is him/her at a week. It's head is tiny and wings extend passed its tail! It's wings are not symmetrical in color, one is white tipped.
This is it at a day old with a standard silver laced wyandotte
And here are the other mystery bantams, all 4 toed, featherless feet.
The little dark one might be a japanese bantam- they have the dragging wings that way. For reference, here are two of my 1.5 week old japanese banties:
Thank you ChickenHermit! I think and hope you are right. As I watch him/her run around his/her little tail stands straight up!
The first one and this one have 4 toes and feathered legs.
Is this last one with the green legs a golden sebright?
Straight up tail is a definite sign! Mine are just getting theirs in.