Help to identify

Lynnsey25

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I have 3 lovely hen's that im unsure of there breeds, i would appreciate any help that can be given, its all still very new to me 🙂 i have put there names on the pictures to help 😀
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Lynnsey25

In the Brooder
Nov 22, 2020
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Apologies on the multiple of same pictures not even sure how i managed that 🤪
 

JacinLarkwell

Crowing
Mar 19, 2020
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Tracy and red look like sexlinks, Tracy might be a different black bird though, like an australorp or Andalusian (don't do black only birds so not sure). Red has an intresting leakage necklace. Never seen one that shape.

Morgan looks like a mosaic, but doesn't have their dark skin. She's probably a cross
 

LaFleche

Free Ranging
Sep 22, 2012
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Hello and welcome to BYC! :)

Beautiful girls! Red looks like a Sexlink, Tracy Black Australorp and Morgan might be a Silver Campine Mix.

Do I see artificial lawn? If so, this should be removed as they might eat it and get sick.
And I see some black strings on the green lawn which should be removed immediately as they could get tangled up or even worse have the string tangled around their tongue.
 

nuthatched

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Nov 9, 2019
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The back ones look like australorp mixes, Red has an interesting face, almost like a jungle fowl or Asian breed.
Morgan could also be a australorp mix, she reminds of a silver sussex,so maybe a mix of those.
 

TheOddOneOut

Free Ranging
Feb 15, 2020
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Hello and welcome to BYC! :)

Beautiful girls! Red looks like a Sexlink, Tracy Black Australorp and Morgan might be a Silver Campine Mix.

Do I see artificial lawn? If so, this should be removed as they might eat it and get sick.
And I see some black strings on the green lawn which should be removed immediately as they could get tangled up or even worse have the string tangled around their tongue.
Agreed.
Artificial lawn and chickens are a big no-no.
 

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