Meet my babies and help identify please.

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by kushball21, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. kushball21

    kushball21 Out Of The Brooder

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    1. blue silkie

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    2. ? buff, red or partridge silkie

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    3. white silkie

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    4. ? buff, red or partridge silkie

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    5. ? red or partridge silkie

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    6. black australorp

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    7. black australorp

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    8. ? EE

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    9. ? EE

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    10. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware

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    11. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware

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    12. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware

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    13. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware

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    14. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware

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    15. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware

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    16. ? white plymouth rock, buff orpington, EE or delaware
     
  2. EliseB

    EliseB Out Of The Brooder

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    I'm new to this, but I have 4 week olds for a few of the breeds you were questioning...

    You are correct with your Black Australops and number 8 & 9 are EE's. I would say that 11 & 16 are Buff Orpington's, mine were never as short and round as your number 10 and never had any black as in your number 13. Those are all I can help you with.

    Your chicks are very cute. Enjoy them - they will be twice that size in a week and gangly teenagers in 4!
     
  3. kushball21

    kushball21 Out Of The Brooder

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    Quote:thanks!!!
     

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