My daughter's kindergarten class hatched out some baby chicks. They were only supposed to be hatching some Jersey Giant/Wyandotte crosses from the teacher's brother. But... a neighbor of one of the teachers left a carton of eggs (for her to eat) on the wrong teacher's car. So, the "eating eggs" also ended up in the incubator before anyone realized the mix up. To everyone's HUGE surprise, about 4 days after all the cute little black chicks hatched, 4 little red chicks hatched from the other eggs!! Only 2 of the red guys survived, and since we already had chicks (yep, chicken math is out of control), we brought them home. The only clues I can give re: breed is that they hatched out of light brown eggs and both have single combs. One chick is redder than the other and had faint darker red chipmunk stripes on the back (but NOT chipmunk striped like my EE chicks). The second chick was yellower. I was wondering if they might be sex-link crosses, but they are feathering out with bars or partridge markings or something. Likely they are just barnyard mutts, but I thought I'd see if anyone had any guesses. They are about 10 days old in the pics. The first little one we named "Flipper" because s/he had really deformed feet that we had to keep taped for about a week. Now, you can't tell anything was ever wrong! Although I know it's too early to tell boy/girl, I'm hoping it's a girl. We're pretty attached to this little one. "She" is feathering out faster than her "sibling." The second (yellower) chick we call "Fawn."