Prior to August, we've only ever had Buff Orpingtons. But then I ordered this All Heavy (males) assortment from McMurray, 25 of them + 1 rare breed chick, for meat birds. Now that they're getting bigger, I'm really hoping you can help me figure out what they are. We might want to keep one to be our replacement roo, so I need to know what breed they are to make a good decision. Here's the description from Murray McMurray: If you are looking for cockerels and want a heavy breed to eat - our All Heavy Assortment is what you need! Butcher them young for fryers or hold them a little longer for a delicious roasting bird. Each of these assortments will give you at least 5 different heavy breeds. Our choice of varieties, but we guarantee at least 5 different ones from this list: Black Australorps; Lt. Brahmas; Dark Cornish; Black and White Giants; Buff and White Orpingtons; New Hampshire, Rhode Island Reds, Barred, White, Partridge, Buff Rocks; Sussex, Turkens; White, Silver Laced, & Columbian Wyandottes, Red Star and Black Star. And just to confuse things, I got the free rare breed chick. There are a bunch of whites and buffs, but they look so much alike I'm not bothering to post pictures. I'm just posting the most confusing ones here. Here goes! They are 12 weeks today. (If one looks like a pullet to you, please let me know. I'm thinking the rare breed chick was probably a male, but you never know!) Chicken A (there are actually two of these, so I'm not sure if these pics are all the same chicken): Chicken B: Chicken C: Chicken D: Chicken E (we have at least five this color, and I think they're all the same breed): Thanks so much for your help!