Helping identify chicks

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Firsttimechickmom, Mar 27, 2018.

  1. Firsttimechickmom

    Firsttimechickmom In the Brooder

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    05FE4A30-9DE0-4C87-9B46-500F04011A91.jpeg new chick Mom & would love some help identify our new chicks. Purchased them 2 weeks ago from tractor supply & they were labeled black Australorp but I believe there were many different kinds of chicks mixed together (hopefully they were correctly identified as pullets) I’ve tried researching & I've come up with silver lakenvelder or blue Andalusians. Any help would be appreciated. 9607FDE0-062B-4946-9FD8-F9BFA0494B99.jpeg
     
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  2. Better Than Rubies

    Better Than Rubies Crowing

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    Hi! :welcome Those chicks are beautiful! :love I'm not saying they are, but they honestly make me think of Lavender Orpingtons. :D
     
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  3. junebuggena

    junebuggena Crowing

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    Looks like a Bantam. Probably a self-blue Old English Game bantam. Bantams are very rarely vent sexed, since they are so small.
     
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  4. Firsttimechickmom

    Firsttimechickmom In the Brooder

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    Thanks! We think they are beautiful, too!
     
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