identification plz

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by tulilynx, Jun 3, 2011.

  1. tulilynx

    tulilynx Out Of The Brooder

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    I have 3 varieties of chicks and I need to know what breeds they are.Anybody who can identify these?[​IMG]
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  2. JulieNKC

    JulieNKC Overrun With Chickens

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    I think the first is a new hampshire. Not sure about the other 2.
     
  3. JodyJo

    JodyJo Chillin' With My Peeps

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    your pics are VERY blurry, try to get some better ones, maybe outside...but the black ones look like Australorps to me...how old are they also?
     
  4. tulilynx

    tulilynx Out Of The Brooder

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    they kept moving at the time i clicked so they're blurred.sorry fot that.all of these chicks are around 2 months old.
     
  5. discoveregg

    discoveregg Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:Yes, the first one looks just like my New Hamphire pullets.
     
  6. tulilynx

    tulilynx Out Of The Brooder

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    here's the one i really need to identify because i'm confused about it
    Its the same chick in all the pics plz identify it.
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  7. Peeper

    Peeper Chillin' With My Peeps

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    New Hampshire Red on the 1st one! I have 300 in the yard!!
     
  8. chickmag

    chickmag New Egg

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    I'm new in the chicken life, but I was thinking the black chicks favor the Cuckoo Marans.
     
  9. tulilynx

    tulilynx Out Of The Brooder

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    Quote:could be.I initially thought they were black australorps but then I remembered that they were supposed to be breeds native to india and pakistan(asian species). They are growing white feathers on their necks and brown tipped wing feathers.
     

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