I got a couple new chicks at a livestock auction and I think one maybe an EE and the other... blue a

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by koolkyle08, Mar 16, 2013.

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    koolkyle08 Out Of The Brooder

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    I'm a newbie chicken addict and I really just don't know. I have been googling pics of chicks and breeds which is the ONLY reason
    I even speculate. I am gonna post some pics and hope someone can make some suggestions.
    I also have 5 six week old bantam cochins and wonder if I have any roo's among them ( and two RIR that are supposed to be pullets about 4 weeks old.)
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    this one I think is a little easter egger. I named her Sassy... because she just has this look.
    she loves to snuggle up under my neck and be a lap chickie. she cheeps up a storm kind of having a lil chick fit when I put her back in the brooder... I ADORE her :) ( I really don't know if she is a HER... but I hope whatever she is she always stays this sweet in temperment)

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    this is my other little new baby ( BoPeep is her/his name and am not sure what breed her belly looks yellow a little though not in this light from my flash.. during the daytime in natural light I can see a faint yellowish color to her fuzz that is lighter colored.)
     
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    This is my Sassy looking ... sassy


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    This is two of my bantam cochin chicks who are about 6 weeks or so with my little 10 year old long haired chihuahua.. the red frizzle is a bit larger than the other chicks and noiser... I do wonder if that one is a roo...

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    Here is another with my white cochin frizzle and the red one though they both only wanna show their frizzle butts....
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    they really love to play with those paper towels for some reason... and they tried it pick at her fur so my Tink puppy is looking at them like she would really rather they look .. but don't touch...
     

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