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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Poultry Palace, Mar 24, 2009.
No idea what these are..
You've got EE's! Congrats! I love mine, they lay nice blues and greens every day
Look like EEs to me!! Couldn't you just pinch those little cheeks?
EE for the first and third one, and the middle one could be too, but I am still a newbie. I think you'll enjoy them! Yay for colorful eggs!
Where did you get them?
EE's was my first guess also, but they have not layed their first eggs yet, and they may be bantams(little hen's) Thanks for the responses confirming my suspicions. Can't wait for thecolorfull little eggs.YAY!
Quote:They were given to me by a friend who is moving, and can no longer keep his chickens He told me that he thought they were bearded old english game bantams). I thought they were EE's, but wanted other opionions. People here are so very helpfull with things like this. Thanks again, everyone for your responses.
My EE doesnt have cute big cheeks like that...
D'anvers have cheeks like that too....
are they bantam?
Quote:Yes, they seem to be bantams