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My Coop
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I recently bought some chicks (from an Orscheln's) and I got my first bantam chick from a bin of assorted sexed bantams. I've been trying to figure out what type of bantam she is, but there are so many options that I can't tell. At first I thought maybe a cochin bantam, but I'm not sure now. She's about 3 weeks old and she has feathered feet. When we first got her, she was cream/light yellow and black, but now she's black and white with a yellow and black beak. Does anyone know what type of chicken she may be? I'd appreciate any help we could get.
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Thanks!
 

chickenlittle21

There's a piggy in the pasture
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I recently bought some chicks (from an Orscheln's) and I got my first bantam chick from a bin of assorted sexed bantams. I've been trying to figure out what type of bantam she is, but there are so many options that I can't tell. At first I thought maybe a cochin bantam, but I'm not sure now. She's about 3 weeks old and she has feathered feet. When we first got her, she was cream/light yellow and black, but now she's black and white with a yellow and black beak. Does anyone know what type of chicken she may be? I'd appreciate any help we could get. View attachment 2158430

Thanks!
Maybe a silver sebright
 

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