These should be Welsummer chicks--17 days old. 1. 2. (Right after I took these I realized the poor thing was seriously pasted up! It poo'ed as soon as I fixed the problem, poor chick.) 3. The smallest and lightest colored of the Welsummers... 4. The biggest, boldest, and loudest... The last two birds side by side: I lost track of which two these were, maybe the first two pictured but not 100% sure. One has tail feathers that point up and the other has tail feathers that go down. I don't know if it's just because one bird is growing faster or what. And here are the other two chicks...they are either buff orpingtons or buff orpington crossed with something else--I think he said RIR? One chick is kind of orange yellow with a dark end on the beak and the other is all yellow with a light beak. I had two of each of the colorings, but the other two chicks died the first night they were home. I'm not sure of their age, my toddler was going crazy and I can't remember what the farmer said. They are definitely smaller than the Welsummer chicks. 5. 6. This one is the smallest. It was sick the first day home but perked up after I gave it some sugar water. The two yellow chicks together: And lastly, everyone together...this is just what I carried them in for photos with, not their brooder! Does their poop in there look slightly bloody to you all? I don't think their feed is medicated, TSC only had one kind so there was nothing to choose from. I'm a little worried. Can you tell if any are roosters? I live in a suburb, so roosters have to find a new family once they start to crow!