Ideal poultry Golden Sea Brights ?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Miss Guinea Longtail, Apr 4, 2018.

  1. Miss Guinea Longtail

    Miss Guinea Longtail In the Brooder

    11
    15
    39
    Jan 3, 2018
    32D3F23E-364D-4EAE-BD58-E4501C7BDFAD.jpeg 6D769724-AA37-4B06-8943-B9B3B0FDC38C.jpeg I perchased Golden Seabrights chicks from ideal poultry a week ago 6 of them where fluffy Orange and 8 of them where the normal dark strip with red head Golden’s I’m use to seeing as chicks I’m wondering why there 2 different colors did the substitute Or ? Because now that there a week old there all starting to get the Golden Seabright Markings can anyone tell me why they would be 2 different colors or did Ideal Poultry come up with a way to Sexing and gave me pulleys and Roos here’s a photo of 2 of them in the photo 1 I’d full orange with the Sea right marking the others is a normal Seabright marking I’m use too
    Thank you in advance of helping me with this question
     
  2. That brown chick is Old English Game Bantam..... not sebright
     
  3. I had sebright and Old English Game bantams and those other chicks look exactly like old english games and sebrights so you got two completely different breeds there sorry
     
  4. Miss Guinea Longtail

    Miss Guinea Longtail In the Brooder

    11
    15
    39
    Jan 3, 2018
    Wow thank you, I can’t beleave Ideal Poultry would have at least have told me they had to substitute, they just sent them did not even say anything I won’t buy from them again
     
  5. Chicken Girl1

    Chicken Girl1 Queen of the Coop

    12,305
    4,381
    547
    Mar 3, 2015
    Virginia
    Could you please get a better picture with better lighting?
     
    Miss Guinea Longtail likes this.
  6. AMERAUCANAS4REAL

    AMERAUCANAS4REAL Crossing the Road

    2,790
    38,198
    967
    Nov 8, 2017
    Upper Midwest
    My Coop
    The smaller one looks like Sebright. The larger orange looks like a Buckeye. They hatch with a brown front half of beak, and have that pattern on the wings, and are slow to feather, but quick to grow in size. I love my Buckeyes because of their sweet personalities and good dual purpose qualities. If they have pea combs than yes, they are Buckeyes. I hope you will like yours too! :)
     
  7. AMERAUCANAS4REAL

    AMERAUCANAS4REAL Crossing the Road

    2,790
    38,198
    967
    Nov 8, 2017
    Upper Midwest
    My Coop
    IMG_20180219_2021581_rewind.jpg
     

    Attached Files:

    Miss Guinea Longtail likes this.
  8. Miss Guinea Longtail

    Miss Guinea Longtail In the Brooder

    11
    15
    39
    Jan 3, 2018
    A1BB5FE6-F66C-4FF7-9DC2-E523B86F7E4C.jpeg 41EC2539-51F4-4429-985D-0A847A5EE0A7.jpeg 311023DD-D82D-4ACB-808E-36D195601352.jpeg 879115CE-9AB0-499B-94AF-DEFBC3CAEC8A.jpeg A1BB5FE6-F66C-4FF7-9DC2-E523B86F7E4C.jpeg
    Yes thank you chicken girl 1 here’s a few more
     
  9. Frazzemrat1

    Frazzemrat1 Free Ranging

    5,065
    9,132
    567
    May 8, 2017
    Eastern Connecticut
    What type of comb does the larger one have?
     
    AMERAUCANAS4REAL likes this.
  10. AMERAUCANAS4REAL

    AMERAUCANAS4REAL Crossing the Road

    2,790
    38,198
    967
    Nov 8, 2017
    Upper Midwest
    My Coop

BackYard Chickens is proudly sponsored by: