Can anyone I.D this chick?

Joe Jordan

Chirping
7 Years
Apr 12, 2012
215
7
98
Looks a bit like one of my Americanas (sp?). I know, if I have 'em I should know how to spell it. Sorry though, I just don't. Anyway, they were all a little faster growing than the Russian Orlifs I got with them but not as fast growing as the Buff Orpingtons. I'm still a little new to this so take it with a grain.
 

capthollis

In the Brooder
7 Years
Oct 14, 2012
70
1
41
South East Texas "Semper Fi"
Looks a bit like one of my Americanas (sp?). I know, if I have 'em I should know how to spell it. Sorry though, I just don't. Anyway, they were all a little faster growing than the Russian Orlifs I got with them but not as fast growing as the Buff Orpingtons. I'm still a little new to this so take it with a grain.
Thats the closest I can come up with Joe on all these chick I.D sites..There were 4 other breeds that came close too? lol . Thanks Joe
 

Indigosands

Songster
8 Years
Apr 9, 2012
494
25
146
Yucca Valley, CA
Could be an EE, but from mcmurray I'd expect a more chipmunk-y little guy with a lot of fluff. It really looks like a brahma to me esp with the heart shaped head, except I can see that there's no foot fluff. Maybe this little one was in the cull/packing peanut bucket due to the lack of foot feathers? Would love to see what he/she winds up being.
 
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arcy liger

Chirping
7 Years
Jul 6, 2012
174
3
78
orpington
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