Help with breed identification

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Arrowheadfarm, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. Arrowheadfarm

    Arrowheadfarm Chirping

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    Please help us identify our breeds. We think the white one is a White Rocks, the white and black hen is a Sussex and our two honey colored hens are Buff Orpington's? Thoughts? Not sure about the black one and if she is a he. Help please.

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  2. JPinVT

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    I'm going to guess:
    - White one: White Rock
    - Mottled black & white: Ancona
    - Red/buff ones: Red Sex-Link
    - White w/ a little black: Delaware

    They all look like girls from those pictures, but we could definitely tell you if you got individual profiles and comb pics.
     
  3. Chris09

    Chris09 Circle (M) Ranch

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    - White one: If it has a single comb White Rock, if it has a rose comb White Wyandotte.
    - Mottled black & white: Ancona.
    - Red/buff ones: Production Red.
    - White w/ Black tail and hackles: If it has a single comb Columbian Rock, if it has a rose comb Columbian Wyandotte.

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  4. alaskachick

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    I see a Delaware in that group. She is the one that is speckled grey neck, white body and black tail.

    I have a bunch of them.
     
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  5. Chris09

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  6. ve

    ve Songster 9 Years

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    Cris is right like always
     

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