Chicken breed?

Kharrell30

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I was wondering if anyone could help me figure out what breeds these are. They are 30 weeks old. And unfortunately, they are not laying yet which is quite odd to me. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
 

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Where did you get them?

I see some with muffs, some without.
At least one has feathered legs, others no leg feathers.

For the black birds I will guess 2 olive eggers and one marans.

Did you need to know on the white one?
It is a light brahma.
 

Quaicken108

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The ones with muffs I think are Ameraucanas, the ones without I think are australorps or jersey giants depending on the colour of the bottom of their feet (Pink - australorp, yellow - jersey giant). The big white ones are indeed light Brahmas.
 

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Hi Again Emma! Just wanted to say I have a sister-in-law on BI (Fort Ward) and used to live there myself, (Fort Ward) by Wing point later. Where do you roost? (general area.)
 

Kharrell30

Hatching
Dec 25, 2020
2
1
8
Where did you get them?

I see some with muffs, some without.
At least one has feathered legs, others no leg feathers.

For the black birds I will guess 2 olive eggers and one marans.

Did you need to know on the white one?
It is a light brahma.
Awesome, thank you so much! I was at a loss with the black ones because there’s so many breeds of black chickens that all look alike. I thought the white might be americana’s. The reason why I’m asking is because I’m getting light blue eggs and I’m wondering who is laying them LOL
 

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