Help! ID bantam assorted chicks (~4-5 weeks old)

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by OKurbangarden, Mar 24, 2015.

  1. OKurbangarden

    OKurbangarden Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi everyone,
    I have 8 bantam chicks I am trying to ID as well as possibly guess gender. The chicks are between 4 and 5 weeks old. I tried to get pictures with combs when I could.
    Please Let me know what you think!


    Chick #1- Silkie (guessing male based on my luck!)
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    Chick #2- ???? (pullet?) bigger than most of my other bantam chicks and the only one with this style of comb. Also doesn't have very long/ prominent tail feathers
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    Chick # 3 Guessing an Old English but not sure (pullet?)
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    Chick #4 Old english ( color ?) ROO
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    Chick #5 old english or Japanese? (pullet)
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    Chick #6 I have no idea. This one is much larger (about twice the size of the old english chicks). Has a little bit of white on tip of wing (can see back of chick in photo of chick # 8)
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    Chick # 7 Grey Japanese ? (pullet) Hard to see in the photo but has some white lined feathers around the neck.
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    Check #8 Self blue? (pullet)

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    Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!!!! Thanks.
     
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  4. OKurbangarden

    OKurbangarden Out Of The Brooder

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    Cool thanks for the input. I got these from Atwoods bantam bin so I was assuming they were all bantams. I will post update photos in 2 weeks.
     
  5. OKurbangarden

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    **** UPDATE PHOTOS*****

    As promised update photos. sorry some of the photos are a little blurry. My DSLR ran out of battery and i used the phone camera.

    Chick #1: White silkie-
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    Chick #2: The buttercup?
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    Chick #3: Old english
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    Chick #4: BB Red Old english (The only one crowing and showing rooster behavior so far.)
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    Chick #5: Sadly I lost her to a predator.

    Chick #6: Still unsure.
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    Chick #7: Grey Japanese
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    Chick #8: Self Blue
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    Chick #9: Silver sebright (I didn't include her last time cause she generally won't hold still and hides under my guineas)
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