Identifying our chicks

maraguerro

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We need help identifying our new chicks, We have four friendly little guys.

This picture was one week after getting them at home. We were told they were 2 weeks old from the lady we bought them from but at the feed store she said they were a few days old. These guys have got darker and fatter and I shall get new picture up of them now that we have had them for about a month.

This site has been very helpful in preparing us for these guys and now I would like to know what kind of family we have and if we should get some more.
 

familyfarm1

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The black one in the back looks like a barred rock and the darker red ones look either like RIR or New Hampshire red.
 

drumstick diva

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Can only see the faces on two of them - if you post on "what gender," etc. please take individual pictures of them - clear, closeups if possible. The better the photo, the better the answer
 

TwoCrows

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Welcome to BYC!

I have no idea what breeds you have there, but they sure are cute!! Someone should be able to help you in the gender section.

Welcome to our flock and enjoy yours!
 

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