Leg color

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Athiena14, Jul 15, 2019.

  1. Athiena14

    Athiena14 Songster

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    Okay hear me out guys for this strange question. What color do you think these legs are? 20190715_204832.jpg
     
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  2. sylviethecochin

    sylviethecochin Free Ranging

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    Is this a chick or a juvenile? Many white-skinned chicks hatch with slight yellowish tint to their skin. Including my five Ameraucana chicks, which gave me quite the "I've been duped" feeling, until they turned white four days later. Should straighten itself out within a couple weeks, if it is going to. (I'm assuming that's what and why you're asking, anyway.)
     
  3. Athiena14

    Athiena14 Songster

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    Chick. Actually this is a I'm trying to figure out momma and this seems to be the answer right now. Lol it's a barnyard mix that ended up with wierd results in babies
     
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  4. Athiena14

    Athiena14 Songster

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    The baby 20190715_204841.jpg
     
  5. dougieee

    dougieee Chirping

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    If you have a grey footed bird or several then they will be parent candidates :)
    I have a grey speckled hybrid that had two chicks like that, she had charcaol feet and the roo was a light sussex
     
  6. Athiena14

    Athiena14 Songster

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    I have a barred rock as a hen only black footed hen
     
  7. Athiena14

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    grey odd ball. Also barred rock female with ee roo 20190710_153451.jpg
     
  8. Shamo Hybrid

    Shamo Hybrid Songster

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    Green Feet!
     

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