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Breed help??

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by adw11, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. donrae

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    Your black and white birds look to have rose combs? That would make them Dominiques, and they're both female.

    Your other birds look to be probably Welsummers. Slight possibility of them being brown Leghorns, you'll have to look for white earlobes as they mature. But they look heavy enough to be Wellies.

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    This is your cockerel, the rest are pullets.
     
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    I got some closer pictures I'm going to post thank you for all the help
     
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    [​IMG] 2 of them have red combs but one has an orange comb and is smaller then the other two
     
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    No rosecomb on those black and white ones so I think it's safe to say they are BRs.
     
  9. donrae

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    Yep, the new pics cleared it up. Barred Rocks and Welsummers.
     
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    Thank you and what color eggs do they lay?
     

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