Mystery Chick..what am I?

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Tapsmom, May 25, 2012.

  1. Tapsmom

    Tapsmom In the Brooder

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    Hi everyone,
    This chick is now feathering out and perhaps someone can idenitify her..and hopefully she is a she! Any ideas?

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  2. Cotton42

    Cotton42 Songster

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    Looks like a pullet to me. Does she have feathered legs? If so, she might be a Brahma.
     
  3. Tapsmom

    Tapsmom In the Brooder

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    She does have feathered legs and she is by far the biggest chick. The others are an easter egger, Production Red and 2 Golden Comets. But the children picked this one out while I walked away to get chick feed...She is definately not the Austrolorp I thought I was getting lol. I'm glad she looks like a pullet to you. I REALLY don't want a rooster.
     
  4. OneLostHen

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    Looks an awful lot like my Light Brahma!! Let me tell you, she is about 19 wks old and bigger than my neighbors fully grown RIRs! And it looks like she has the same comb as my LB pullet!
     
  5. Tapsmom

    Tapsmom In the Brooder

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    Do you guys think this is a pullet or a cockerel?
     
  6. Izzymoon

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    I say pullet
     
  7. OneLostHen

    OneLostHen Songster

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    Im guessing pullet! looks similar to mine:
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  8. FuzzyButtsFarm

    FuzzyButtsFarm Rest in Peace 1950-2013

    Light Brahma pullet for sure. I see she has a pea comb and you posted she has feathered feet.
     
  9. Tapsmom

    Tapsmom In the Brooder

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    Thanks everyone. It's funny. We haven't had the time to fawn over this batch of chicks like we did the first one. But they seem just as friendly:)
     

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