Breed Assistance Needed Please!!

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by GAFarmGirl87, Jan 16, 2014.

  1. GAFarmGirl87

    GAFarmGirl87 Songster

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    I currently have 3 separate flocks. I have several mixed breed mutts, and a few pure breeds (though definitely not show quality). There are a few hens I am unsure of, so I want to post pictures here & see if anyone can help me out. I'll add pictures in separate posts.

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  2. GAFarmGirl87

    GAFarmGirl87 Songster

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    I think these 2 are sisters. They lay a pinkish-brown egg
     
  3. GAFarmGirl87

    GAFarmGirl87 Songster

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    This one lays a nice light brown egg. No clue as to the breed
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  4. GAFarmGirl87

    GAFarmGirl87 Songster

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    Here's a pic of the 3 of them with the roo. I think the roo is a leghorn??
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  5. GAFarmGirl87

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    Close up of roo[​IMG]
     
  6. GAFarmGirl87

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    Here's another hen I am curious about.
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  7. ramirezframing

    ramirezframing Crowing

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    The rooster is not a leghorn, which have yellow legs and white ear lobes. Closest I can think of is a white sussex, but there's a good chance that hes a mix
     
  8. GAFarmGirl87

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    thanks! :)
     
  9. CCCCCCCCHICKENS

    CCCCCCCCHICKENS Crowing

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    The rooster isnt a leghorn. It would help to have better pictures from the side to be able to tell the rest, but I am going to venture to say many of them are mutts
     
  10. Snappychicken14

    Snappychicken14 In the Brooder

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    The orangish one looks like a golden nugget or comet. The two white sisters look t
    Like a sussex mix and the orange and white one looks like a golden nugget or comet and sussex mix.





    Note: the golden comet is the same as the golden nugget, people just call them different names. I know you probably know that, I just wanted to make sure there was no confusion or anything. :D:p:lol::idunno
     

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