Cannot figure out if this is a delaware or a mix🤷

wilkinsfarm2020

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My hen hatched two baby eggs neither look anything like her so clearly another hens eggs😂😂 I only have four roosters and only white chickens I have are delawares and brahmas. I know it's not brahma bc no feather feet.
So Delaware it must be. I do have Delaware roos and I also have a brahma roo, or a mixed roo and the other roos are still too young but silkie mixes. I'm going to guess at a week and a half old. She hatched these in my flower bed and I have no idea on exactly what hatch date is. Bc they were a surprise🤣🤣
 

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wilkinsfarm2020

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This is nobody other then my main man big daddy and possible dad.
 

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Chicalina

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A feather footed bird mated with a clean footed bird will produce both clean and feather footed babies. So don't rule out your Brahma rooster based on the babies' feet.

Gorgeous mixed rooster you have there!
 

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