Lots of chicks, How many breeds can U identify (more pics added)

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ARose4Heaven, Mar 4, 2011.

  1. ARose4Heaven

    ARose4Heaven Songster

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    A few of my 100+ 5 week olds


    Here's a bunch hiding in the corner

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    Here's an interesting character

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    Here's a pretty pair

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  2. Chicken Frenzie

    Chicken Frenzie Chicken Whisperer

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    Rhode Island Reds, barred rocks, turken (the one with no feathers on it's neck) and.. maybe a black sex link? Oh, and maybe some Austrolorps
     
  3. ARose4Heaven

    ARose4Heaven Songster

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    I am breed illiterate, but after 5 weeks of study, I think I have...

    Barred Rocks
    Partridge Rocks
    Silver Laced Wyandots
    Red Sex Links
    Austalorps

    White Jersey Giants ( see pic below )[​IMG]

    There are others I haven't identified yet.[​IMG]

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  4. jarcoo0153

    jarcoo0153 Songster

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    I have several Naked Necks, and they are great layers and meat birds! Your looks to be pure NN, It doesn't look like he/she has the poof of feathers at the base of its neck, so if you hatch chicks from it they should all have NN!I think you might have some Wyanndottes, and maybe a few minorcas!?[​IMG]
     
  5. Illia

    Illia Crazy for Colors

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    First photo I see a Dominique, a bunch of either Leghorns, Partridge Rocks, or Welsummers, and a Silver Laced Wyandotte pullet as well as a few possible Dark Cornish.

    Second photo is a Naked Neck with some Leghorn/Rock/Welsummers

    Third photo is a pair of Silver Laced Wyandottes, boy on the right

    Your next guessed breeds are indeed correct. The unidentified cockerel is again either a Welsummer, Partridge Rock, or Leghorn. Hard to say at that age. The next photo shows what appear to be Dark Cornish. Do they have sawtooth/single combs or pea combs?
     
  6. ARose4Heaven

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    The last two photos all seem to have "ordinary" saw toothed combs. I had thought they might be partridge rocks, but they don't seem to have the barring like some of the others have.

    Sorry about the dirty nest boxes where the pics were taken...they are in my storeroom until I need them again. It's the only place I could find that the little critters would stand still long enough to get pictures taken.
     

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