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isawray

Hatching
5 Years
Apr 27, 2014
1
0
7
Anyone know what breeds these are?
Hen #1


Hen #1


Cock #2


Cock #2


Hen #2

Hen #2

Cock #2 *Note that he has blue legs



Hen/Cock?

Hen/Cock?
 

luvfluffyfeet

In the Brooder
6 Years
Jul 25, 2013
62
11
42
Indiana
They all appear to be game bantams...here are my guesses...1 gold duck wing 2. White oeg 3. Dutch 4. Silver duck wing
 
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mrsfluff100

Songster
5 Years
Apr 14, 2014
132
54
126
I don't believe their brahmas, they don't have the right body, coloring or the feathers on the feet. Looks like a lot of cockerels.
honestly from what i can see in the pictures the look just like my light brahmas. they have everything but the large amount of feathered feet which can come in later
 

Basskids08

Chick Logging
5 Years
Mar 9, 2014
2,830
181
178
In the country somewhere
I don't believe their brahmas, they don't have the right body, coloring or the feathers on the feet. Looks like a lot of cockerels.
honestly from what i can see in the pictures the look just like my light brahmas. they have everything but the large amount of feathered feet which can come in later

Light brahmas don't have red ears, they have white. In these pictures the ears look red.
What about a light Sussex?
 
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Malibu99

Crowing
7 Years
Apr 23, 2012
5,734
125
268
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Light brahmas don't have red ears, they have white. In these pictures the ears look red.
What about a light Sussex?

I own a full grown light brahma. She has red earlobes, but I agree that it's not the right body type. My Brahma had feathered feet as a chick, and was very... Uhh, large framed? She was a pretty heavy/big chick. ;)

Maybe a deleware?

They look like game birds to me. I'm not very familiar with game birds though, sorry. :)
 

K Spot

Songster
6 Years
Apr 14, 2013
2,304
191
198
SE Qld, Australia
White chick is definitely not a Brahma or a Sussex. Brahmas have feathered shanks and Sussex have white, clean-legged shanks.
 

Basskids08

Chick Logging
5 Years
Mar 9, 2014
2,830
181
178
In the country somewhere
Light brahmas don't have red ears, they have white. In these pictures the ears look red.
What about a light Sussex?

I own a full grown light brahma. She has red earlobes, but I agree that it's not the right body type. My Brahma had feathered feet as a chick, and was very... Uhh, large framed? She was a pretty heavy/big chick. ;)

Maybe a deleware?

They look like game birds to me. I'm not very familiar with game birds though, sorry. :)

You could be right about being a gmae bird, I'm not to familiar with those either.
 

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