Hatched Mystery chick

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Punkybrewster, May 20, 2019.

  1. Punkybrewster

    Punkybrewster Songster

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    I bought a dozen naked neck eggs on line, was sent 15. 2 naked necks hatched and this white one... 20190520_075146.jpg 20190520_075215.jpg 20190520_075029.jpg 20190520_075229.jpg 20190520_075237.jpg What the heck is it?
    Any idea what it could be? Contacted seller but no response yet.
     
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  2. Hencraze24

    Hencraze24 Songster

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    I'm no expert, but it looks like a Easter Egger of some sort. if it is a turken, it's probably mottled or columbian.
     
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  3. Punkybrewster

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    The legs look greenish to me too. But the coloring is throwing me off.
     
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  4. Hencraze24

    Hencraze24 Songster

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    Well, it could be a mixed breed of some sort.
     
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  5. Punkybrewster

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    Yea. The seller has individual pens for all her breeds. Hoping she responds at least. Its a pretty bird whatever it is.
     
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  6. Coffeebean1947

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    Have they responded? I have one of these two and no one here could identify her.
     
  7. Punkybrewster

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    She told me it is possible to hatch a fully feathered bird from naked neck eggs.
     
  8. Punkybrewster

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    Problem is, the pictures of her isolated nn flock show black and buff birds. None of this color. Very confusing.
     
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