Can someone tell me the breed of this chick?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Undyingtable, Mar 14, 2018.

  1. Undyingtable

    Undyingtable In the Brooder

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    I picked up this chick from a petstore and they had no idea what breed she is.
     

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  2. FeatherMtnFarms

    FeatherMtnFarms Songster

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    Hmm, strange angle of the picture a more upright picture might be easier to tell..
     
  3. Undyingtable

    Undyingtable In the Brooder

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    Here is another!
     

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  4. rebrascora

    rebrascora Free Ranging

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    Agree. I can barely tell one end of that chicken from another let alone identify breed. A good close up head shot so that we can see the type of comb it has and a close up side profile of the whole bird standing in natural light including legs will help identify it.
     
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  5. FeatherMtnFarms

    FeatherMtnFarms Songster

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    Looks like an un-bearded EE (easter egger). Tricky one though..that's my best guess as of now.
     
  6. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Free Ranging

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    Can we have a body, legs/feet, and head shot in natural daylight without a flash please?
     
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  7. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Free Ranging

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    Also, is it a bantam or standard, or do you know?
     
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  8. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Chook Snuggler

    Looks like an Easter Egger to me. :)

    ~Alex
     
  9. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    Too young - post better pictures at 8 weeks of age when fully feathered out.
     

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