I need to know what breed these separate chickens are.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ChocolateWingTheRooster, Jul 17, 2019.

  1. ChocolateWingTheRooster

    ChocolateWingTheRooster In the Brooder

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    Leopard:
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    Caramel: IMG_3362.JPG
     
  2. Gray Farms

    Gray Farms Conserve Heritage Breed Livestock

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    Easter Eggers
     
  3. grayjay11o

    grayjay11o Songster

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    I agree, definitely Easter Eggers
     
  4. sourland

    sourland Broody Magician

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    Easter egger pullets
     
  5. Frizzle and Friends

    Frizzle and Friends Songster

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    Two pretty Easter Eggers.
     
  6. cstephens1987

    cstephens1987 Songster

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    Easter Egger pullets. Caramel looks like a couple I have
     
  7. ChocolateWingTheRooster

    ChocolateWingTheRooster In the Brooder

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    What? I bought Caramel as a Silver-Laced Wydanette (probably spelled that wrong...
     
  8. cstephens1987

    cstephens1987 Songster

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    Yeah that's definitely not an slw. It's an Easter Egger Pullet. Often sold as "Americana". And yeah it's spelled Wyandotte
     
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  9. Cyprus

    Cyprus Master of the 'never give up' attitude

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  10. ChocolateWingTheRooster

    ChocolateWingTheRooster In the Brooder

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    A question, because you seem to know more than me, are the easter eggers normally a bit more afraid of humans? They (Carmel and Leopard) are always so hard to catch... and they were the ones I handled the most, so it made no sense.
     

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