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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by hockeydad6791, Mar 25, 2013.
I was told they are New Hampshires
I call this one Rudolph even though its a she
A back and tail pick
Was wondering cuz the local feed store was in the paper yesterday for handing out the wrong type of chicks.
Does anyone know if I was givin the right type of birds the pics I have found look darker in color
new hampshires are red but not really dark red lighter then rhode island reds and the new hampshire has a black tip on their tail on a few feathers but i don't know much about this breed but maybe someone with more experience can come in and help out
They look to me like they could be New Hampshires. I just googled to see what they look like and yours look like the right colors and all that...
Our TSC has stopped labeling their chicks...which is good because they have tiny yellow chicks in the bin that says buff orpingtons, and they have leghorns in the assorted pullet bin...and the other 3 bins aren't marked at all, but they look like austra whites, or Cornish Cross with a lot of spots...they were yellow with a multitude of black spots...I say they could be spotty cornish, because we got some cornish cross and 2 of them have quite a bit of black on them...I expected them to be all white, but they aren't all...they are all cornish crosses though...You can tell by the growth. Anyway I'm rambling, but it looks like they told you right.
Thanks it don't really matter to me if there not I love all my birds but still would like to know for sure. I also have a 2 year old rooster that a guy gave me when it was about 3 months old. He said it was a dominecker but all the birds I found that look like him say its a Barred rock. Ill post him in a sec
I call him rocky
This appears to be a Golden Comet ( Red Star, Red Sex Link, etc.) I've got eight of these and raised three from chicks. One of the parents is a New Hampshire or Rhode Island Red. I'm 99% sure of this.