I've been bamboozled!!!

Odette84x

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So my next set of eggs were do to hatch on 6/20. Surprise! They hatched today at 21 days and there chicks. When I ordered from eBay they said mystery duck eggs I guess they threw chicken eggs in the mix. Does anyone know what breed of chicks these are they look weird but there cute :love here are the photos
 

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sylviethecochin

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backyardchickens.com/threads/dont-know-what-breed-or-gender-you-have-click-here.1170156/

You might want to take some cleaner pictures, though--You focused really well on the eggs, not so great on the chicks.
 

24Chickens

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Jun 14, 2017
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Hi, if you go to cacklehatchery.com or meyerhatchery.com they both have on their website a guide that you might be able to use to use to id your chicks. Good luck.

Florence
 

Odette84x

In the Brooder
May 15, 2017
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Count the toes...if there are 5 toes, and black feet and legs (like the black face and beak I'm seeing), they are Silkies.
Omg they are silkies :eek: apparently I have a blue and lavender silkie how the heck could those get mixed up with mystery duck eggs??. I didn't know there was a breed of chicken that can look like that. I'm going to be honest they do look funny as adults but I will love them the same. Do you think my 6 day old ducklings would get along with them in the brooder?.
 

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