Henrybelle

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I know we get a bunch of these every day and I never thought I’d be one of them but I need some help identifying these new chicks. I went to the store to get some gate hinges and came out with three chicks, the girl working seemed like she was having trouble identifying them and they were the last three. There was a sign but I wasn’t but didn’t really have knowledge of which breeds I thought they might be. I called back later to ask which breeds were on the sign so could start googling them but they’d already taken it down. So here I am at the mercy of my fellow chicken lovers if any body has any ideas it would be very helpful and much appreciated. Thank you 12B60456-5ED6-44F0-9975-859E14B217DD.jpeg 4868E2C9-AA92-486F-9FB8-6473AADDD548.jpeg 940EA94C-60AE-486C-959A-DBCF76B0C2F3.jpeg 8E2A4EF6-A83E-4BAC-97C2-F2F06B36ED29.jpeg 270C0A96-98BB-4AFA-998F-4AB43AD4D5AD.jpeg 7368ED04-C5F2-4F07-9FD5-00B6DEADE46C.jpeg 8FB4F9C2-E04B-45B1-81A7-86ACDAD664AB.jpeg She said she might think I had a Colombian Wyandotte and a sapphire slpash And maybe a partridge Rock? Thorough I’m not sure that’s correct
 

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NatJ

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She said she might think I had a Colombian Wyandotte and a sapphire splash And maybe a partridge Rock? Thorough I’m not sure that’s correct
Maybe? Those guesses sound as likely as anything else I can think of right now.

Have you looked closely at the comb types? A Wyandotte should have a rose comb, a Rock should have a single comb, and I'm not sure about Sapphire splash.

No fuzzy feet or extra toes, right?
 

NatJ

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Nope regular feet no fuzz definitely not and silkie or bantams.
Just wanted to check, because sometimes people (including me!) forget to notice those details :)

I'm thinking it will become more clear as they grow some more, because there are so many chicks that look alike at that age.
 

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