id chicks

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by bluebirdfarm, May 22, 2008.

  1. bluebirdfarm

    bluebirdfarm Songster

  2. bluebirdfarm

    bluebirdfarm Songster

    here is anothe rone [​IMG]
  3. bluebirdfarm

    bluebirdfarm Songster

    and a little grey on e???

  4. bluebirdfarm

    bluebirdfarm Songster

    come on , anybody ?

  5. bluebirdfarm

    bluebirdfarm Songster

    the two that have white wings and tails also have green legs.[​IMG]
  6. bluebirdfarm

    bluebirdfarm Songster

    oh yeah one has a grey body and the other charcoal.
  7. mbleily

    mbleily Songster

    Feb 20, 2008
    Ok I am going to put my two cents worth in here. I have never seen anything like those white ones with the dark head and back but if they have green legs they will probably be easter eggers.

    The little red one looks a lot like my production chick I got from Meyers call Golden Buff. She is a really sweet chick and very pretty now.

    The gray may be a Blue Analusian. Just a wild guess. And the black and white one in your hand looks like my Silver Laced Wyandotte. The others I am not sure of.

    The black on with the black leg could be a production chick or is that a bit of naked neck I see behind the other chick? This is in the last group picture you put on.
    Go to: To see my chicks and what I think some of them are. Some are easy others are not so easy. LOL
    Last edited: May 22, 2008
  8. Tuffoldhen

    Tuffoldhen Flock Mistress

    Jan 30, 2007
    I don't know either.....I did think Turken in the first shot..Naked neck......I'm sure others will chime in as to what you have....
  9. SeaChick

    SeaChick Songster

    Apr 25, 2007
    Southern Maine
    Second pic could be a Silver laced Wyandotte, perhaps?

    I think I see a Black Australrop (or jersey Giant) in the "awwwww" photo the black and white one in the middle of the very far right edge of the pic.

    Turken. Maybe your free exotic?

    Some kind of production red/RIR/NHR, too.

    Could the chipmunk-eyed ones be Brown Leghorns?

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