Is this a Brahma mix?

bhawk-23

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We hatched 12 chicks and have homes for the hens and will cull the roosters if no homes can be found so I was not supposed to get attached. BUT! I've grown very fond of this little one. I am really hoping it is a she and she is a Brahma mix 🤞🤞🤞
Side note: rooster is a barnyard mix and there were a few Brahmas hens in the flock who supplied eggs.
 

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We hatched 12 chicks and have homes for the hens and will cull the roosters if no homes can be found so I was not supposed to get attached. BUT! I've grown very fond of this little one. I am really hoping it is a she and she is a Brahma mix 🤞🤞🤞
Side note: rooster is a barnyard mix and there were a few Brahmas hens in the flock who supplied eggs.
Better pics?
Too early for gender.
 
Do you have Faverolles or Silkies? I'm seeing a fifth toe. How old is the chick? It looks to be only 4 or so weeks old, and if so, you're going to want to post pics for gender determination at about 6 weeks.
 
I'm not overly concerned about gender, I know it is too early for that. I'm really just wanting to see if anyone had a guess as to being a Brahma mix. The chicks are 1 month now. Yes, 5 toes and feathered feet.

I'll try for better pictures, but it's definitely not easy and the chicks are nearly impossible to catch! Lol
 

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