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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by andaliad, Oct 16, 2015.

  1. andaliad

    andaliad New Egg

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    Help!!! My husband brought home a bundle of chicks! We already have a bunch of black australorps, mallards, and a wood duck. But we have no clue what these are. Any chance y'all might have an idea? I greatly appreciate any and all input.






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  2. oldhenlikesdogs

    oldhenlikesdogs Runs With Chickens Premium Member

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    First one I'm not sure, want to say RIR, than some polish and some Cochin I think.
     
  3. DcockyD

    DcockyD Out Of The Brooder

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    Looks like a silkie polish and Rhode island red combination
     
  4. DcockyD

    DcockyD Out Of The Brooder

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    But awesome lookn chicks good job on finding them
     
  5. andaliad

    andaliad New Egg

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    Thanks guys! I greatly appreciate it.
     
  6. Cack-a-doodle

    Cack-a-doodle Out Of The Brooder

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    2 and 3 are polish while rest are bantams
     
  7. howfunkyisurchicken

    howfunkyisurchicken Overrun With Chickens

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    Chicks with bumps on their heads are Polish. The feather legged chicks are Cochins. Hard to say what that first little bub is, a lot of chicks look like that as nuggets, but RIR is as good a guess as any.

    They sure are CUTE!
     

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