Help what breed are these?

Stella78

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I went to TSC today and couldn’t resist the mixed bantam bin! I picked up these 5 Little’s one and have no clue what they are. Any help would be great. I am new to having chickens and currently only have 7 silkie pullets .
 

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Male Sebrights are "henny feathered," so will look just like a hen except for comb
when they develop. How old are they?

I've never had them but, probably not as difficult as silkies or sexing polish.
 

Stella78

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Male Sebrights are "henny feathered," so will look just like a hen except for comb
when they develop. How old are they?

I've never had them but, probably not as difficult as silkies or sexing polish.

They are only a couple of days old. I am new to having chickens and couldn’t resist these babies! I just hope when I introduce them to my silkies they all get along. I plan on putting them in a pen in the run for a week so they can get acquainted without getting to each other at around 6 weeks old. I worry about my silkie roo being a brat he’s kinda protective over his girls!
 

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