Help identify these

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ctcasper5, Apr 8, 2016.

  1. ctcasper5

    ctcasper5 Out Of The Brooder

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    Ok, the first I have are about 3 1/2 weeks old, I'm not sure when you can tell roo or hen and breed but thought maybe someone could help. These all came out of the pulley bin at tractor supply. All have yellow feet with no feathers.

    This one I'm pretty sure is a roo:
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    This one ?:
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    #3 there are 4 like this one
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    Heres pics of all these ones together:
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    We got this one from the bantam bin the same day:
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    This one was sold to me (as a hatching egg) as a lavender Orp but is not, I was told it's a frizzled americauna?: feathers on leg
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    And this one is a Lavender Orp born on Easter, how soon can I tell sex?:
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  2. DerbyGirlGoneChicken

    DerbyGirlGoneChicken Out Of The Brooder

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    I am new to the chicken game so I can't offer any assistance. However, I am interested to see what people say the breed is for the top chicks. I have some just like that and I was told that they were Buff Orpington, but I don't think that's true. Best of luck!
     
  3. ctcasper5

    ctcasper5 Out Of The Brooder

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    Those are def not buffs, I had some when I had chickens before. I'm wondering if they are welsummers? Anyway, they told you wrong about them being Buffs
     
  4. RDFarms

    RDFarms Chillin' With My Peeps

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    put the chick in the palm of your hand,If the chick will not be still,It is a rooster, if the chick is still it is a hen.
     
  5. DerbyGirlGoneChicken

    DerbyGirlGoneChicken Out Of The Brooder

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    Yes, I thought the same! I'm very interested to know exactly what they are though. Thanks for your response!
     

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