Chicks on Parade....and a sneaky suspicion there is a Roo??!!

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by TMDee, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. TMDee

    TMDee Out Of The Brooder

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    Got some more photos of chicks today - still on a quest to find out gender and breed!!

    Am pretty sure Beyonce is a Lavender Pekin....and praying she is a girl!!

    Angel - someone previously suggested OEGB?

    Gingersnap is a wee darling - we had though it was a RIR but too many pretty markings...look familiar?

    Last but not least.....Lilly......or should it be Larry?? Has suddenly sprouted a rather impressive comb - now 8 weeks and just had to separate him/her for being rather nasty and pecking [​IMG] My daughter is now calling it Mr Horn Head!!!

    Again any suggestions on breed welcome [​IMG]

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    Thanks for looking!!
     
  2. gryeyes

    gryeyes Covered in Pet Hair & Feathers

    Larry looks like a real nice lavender D'Uccle. But I'm no expert - I just have one just like him. [​IMG]

    Beyonce is the perfect name for her!

    Can't say about Gingersnap, because chicks can start out looking one way and totally feather out differently. Sorry!
     
  3. juliechick

    juliechick Transplanted Hillbilly

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    Quote:Larry doesn't have a beard or feathered legs, so he's not a D'uccle.

    Is Gingersnap really 5 weeks old? She looks like she's about 1 week old. Should be way more feathered out by 5 weeks.
     
  4. TMDee

    TMDee Out Of The Brooder

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    I know - everyone says that! But we have had her for 3 weeks now....were told she was already 3 weeks old at the time but am thinking really she must just have been only 2 at least

    Am also wondering if they grow slower in Scotland!! So many chicks on here all look a lot bigger [​IMG]
     

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