Mixed bantams

citypeepers

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So yesterday we got our first ever chicks and went with the cute little bantams. They had 3 different kinds so we got 2 of each. Any guesses as to what they are? Besides tiny and adorable

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I'll have to get a better picture of the second black/ copper headed one after work cause its wing pattern is more spotted than its counterpart.
 

Gray Farms

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Agree completely with JedJackson. You've got two Silver Sebrights and two Gold Sebrights that's for certain. And the other two are most likely Old English games and most likely BB Reds as this is the most common color sold by almost every hatchery. And they fit the chick pattern for BB Red fairly good.
 

Crazy for Chickens!

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2 Silver Sebrights
White feathers laced with black on the wings, white heads, olive legs.
2 Golden Sebrights
Golden feathers laced with black on wings, light brown heads with black in the middle, olive legs.
2 OEGB
White/grey with a brown stripe all the way up to the head, yellow legs.
 

citypeepers

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Now that I've actually had time to look up all these breeds I definitely agree, though have one question.

Penny is definitely golden sebright but the other chick that looks like her has a different feather pattern going on?

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Penny clearly has the lace look

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But this little one has a speckled/ spotted pattern. Is Henny just special or some different breed all together? Other than that they look almost identical.
 

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