Four-weeks old and funny looking

Shepshill

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ColtHandorf

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Looks like they are just in that awkward phase. I just moved a bunch of my Orpingtons the other afternoon and some of them are in between the chick fluff phase and the feathered phase. In a few more weeks they'll look like awkward little adults. Do you know what breed they are? The Gold-laced bird looks like it might be a single-combed Wyandotte. I'm not sure on the other one. I can't see the comb well enough to say whether it might be an Easter Egger or a Silver/Gold Duckwing Bantam.
 

Shepshill

Songster
Feb 19, 2018
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421
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New Jersey
Looks like they are just in that awkward phase. I just moved a bunch of my Orpingtons the other afternoon and some of them are in between the chick fluff phase and the feathered phase. In a few more weeks they'll look like awkward little adults. Do you know what breed they are? The Gold-laced bird looks like it might be a single-combed Wyandotte. I'm not sure on the other one. I can't see the comb well enough to say whether it might be an Easter Egger or a Silver/Gold Duckwing Bantam.
The brown is a Barnevelder and the grey is an Easter Egger the hatchery calls a Green Queen.
 

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