Curious-er and curious-er…

Thancock760

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The yellow girl is Fries. I am trying to determine what will take place with her Mohawk. We thought maybe she was a polish- but she came with EE’s, - and idea what these hair do’s end up looking like?
the darker girl is Caramel- she is way behind in her tail feathers compared to the others, is that normal?
both are about two weeks old.
 

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The white one does have some tattle tales of looking like a Polish. The darker one does look like an EE chick to me at this stage.:idunno
Question,,,, where did these chicks come from?? If from a farm supply store, like TSC, or similar,, the employees are not all professional chick handlers, and chicks often get mixed into wrong bins. Sometimes customers handle the chicks, and then change their mind, and also place back into incorrect bins.
WISHING YOU BEST,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and :welcome
 

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the employees are not all professional chick handlers, and chicks often get mixed into wrong bins. Sometimes customers handle the chicks, and then change their mind, and also place back into incorrect bins.

A couple months ago I was watching the chicks at the farm store while waiting for my DH to pick up the truck from the auto repair a couple blocks away and I saw more than one chick jump up onto the side of the water-trough brooder and jump down into the next trough.

You can't even blame the employees or the customers -- the chicks mix themselves. :D

(This store had an overall list of breeds but didn't label the individual brooders).
 

Thancock760

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The white one does have some tattle tales of looking like a Polish. The darker one does look like an EE chick to me at this stage.:idunno
Question,,,, where did these chicks come from?? If from a farm supply store, like TSC, or similar,, the employees are not all professional chick handlers, and chicks often get mixed into wrong bins. Sometimes customers handle the chicks, and then change their mind, and also place back into incorrect bins.
WISHING YOU BEST,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and :welcome
Yep- TSC. I knew they are a general mixed group…. Just so curious to see what they end up being
 

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