more identifying for you all...

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by herdofnoni, May 22, 2008.

  1. herdofnoni

    herdofnoni In the Brooder

    ok here are the other chicks we have.. i have no idea what they are.. we got them from my sons class and the teacher doesn't know either.. he got them from a local farm
    hatched out of brown eggs.
    here are the little darlins'
  2. Julie08

    Julie08 Songster

    May 19, 2008
    Ontario, Canada
    I have no idea either but gosh they sure are CUTE
  3. ORmom2four

    ORmom2four In the Brooder

    May 21, 2008
    West Linn, Oregon
    Sorry, I'm new to chickens too so I can't identify them, but they are so cute! Especially the one looking up, posing for the camera.

  4. jeremy

    jeremy CA Royal Blues

    Mar 23, 2008
    Oakland, CA
    the lighter colored ones look like some delaware chicks i got a few months ago. we have one that had almost the exact markings as the one with the black dots on her/his head. she's actually turned out to be the head of our pecking order!

    delawares are a cross between barred rocks and new hampshires so the chicks also could be a mix of the two. and as adults they are also similar looking to bramas. just no feathered feet.

    hope this helped.
  5. Sequin

    Sequin Songster

    May 20, 2008
    OH!!! I know Exactly what those are! They are precious. That is what they are. [​IMG] How cool that your son's class hatched eggs! What a great learning experience. What grade is your son in?
  6. herdofnoni

    herdofnoni In the Brooder

    yes precious they are!! SO DERN CUTE!
    ANY WAY HERE ARE SOME NEWER PHOTOS..oops sorry yelling there..(.to lazy to go back and fix it)
    this is daisy
    this is Meme
    this is Popcorn
    hereis a group shot of them at 1 week
    Caramel, popcorn, Meme ANd Daisy(left to right)
    Last edited: Jun 2, 2008
  7. chick4chicks

    chick4chicks Songster

    Apr 6, 2008
    N.E. Pa.
    Congrats, don't know what they are but they sure be very cute, like the names too. Best of luck:jumpy:yiipchick:weee:ya
  8. herdofnoni

    herdofnoni In the Brooder

    oh . i forgot .. my son is in grade 3 he is in a 3/4 split class. his teacher does tis experiment pretty much every year. gets eggs and opens on every few days to show the kids the developement(kinda distrubing yet cool to see) and then hatches the rest out . great eduacational learnign experience for them. such an awesome teacher . my son was tooo excited to get him , my elder daughter had him for 2 years in a row.

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