These little ones came from TSC (hatched on St. Patrick's Day) and I still don't know 100% what they are. They're names are Teeny & Tiny due to their slow growth rate and sizes. Here they are when we first got them... March 21 (with our Cornish Rock chicks) Teeny, the smallest chick in the brooder Tiny (has a V on his/her head) On March 25, Teeny with our NHR & EE chicks who are only 5 days older On March 31, Tiny is still a little bit bigger than Teeny On April 8 (PLEASE EXCUSE THE FILTHY BROODER IN THESE NEXT PICS!) On April 18 Tiny (in front), Teeny (on left) Ester the EE, & Lucy the NHR. Teeny & Tiny are 4 weeks 4 days old, Ester & Lucy are 5 weeks 3 days old. Look how ITTY BITTY Tiny still is, Ester looks like a freak giant compared to Tiny! 4 and a half week old Tiny (left) in the brooder with my 10 day old chicks! at the smallness of that chick! What ARE Teeny & Tiny? People have guessed Silver Lakenvelders, and I know they are smallish chickens, but do they grow that slowly? Are they bantams? Oh, and Tiny acts perfectly healthy. Eats, drinks, poops... all normal. S/he does seem a little colder than the others, but s/he is feathering out so much slower I guess that is to be expected. I make sure there is a very warm place in the brooder just for Tiny.