I bought 15 chicks last week at TSC. No surprise, I didn't quite get what I thought I did (buff orpingtons, silver laced wyandottes and gold laced wyandottes). I clearly have five easter eggers, and then two buff orpingtons and three chicks with white feathers and five chicks that may or may not be silver and/or gold-laced wyandottes. Can you guys help me identify these chicks? For reference's sake, my TSC got them all from Mt. Healthy hatchery, so there is a limited number of breeds that they have available. The white feathered chicks, for instance, have to be either white plymouth rocks or white leghorns. I thought maybe cornish rock, since Mt. Healthy carries those, but I went to look at the 100 cornish rocks that came in to my TSC today and those chicks feel much heavier in the hand than my chicks. These are 10-day-old pullets: This is chick #1 - either a white plymouth rock or a white leghorn. Which one? chick #2 - this one looked just like #3 last week, but now its wing feathers are slightly different. could this chick be a silver-laced wyandotte, and chick #3 as well? chick #3 - is this a silver-laced wyandotte? Could both this chick and chick #2 be the same, even with slightly different wings and faces? chick #4 - is this a gold-laced wyandotte? chick #4 again chick #5, which is similar to chick #1 (same feathers, etc) and chick #3 again Thanks for any help you guys can give!