Mystery chicks. [pictures] [[Update page 2]]

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by LittleChickenLady, Mar 8, 2011.

  1. LittleChickenLady

    LittleChickenLady Chillin' With My Peeps

    Mar 4, 2011
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    Okay, had these posted in a different place and was told to bring them here. So far I've been told that #1 and possibly #2 are EE, #3 might be a Sebright, and #5 might be a BO. Anyone know for sure?

    Mystery chick #1

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    Mystery chick #2

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    Mystery chick #3

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    Mystery chick #4

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    Mystery chick #5

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  2. <3ChickenForever

    <3ChickenForever Fire Is Catching

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    2 looks like a EE and last one looks like a BO.
     
  3. ChickenWisperer

    ChickenWisperer Chillin' With My Peeps

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    <3ChickenForever :

    2 looks like a EE and last one looks like a BO.

    I disagree. The legs on #2 seem to be yellow - and with no muffs, It's unlikely. And on the last chicks, it's feathers seem to be coming in white, and it's down red - which makes it a RSL.

    #1 is a EE.​
     
  4. GlockGalUSA

    GlockGalUSA New Egg

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    If anyone knows what mystery chick #4 is please identify! I have two of the exact same little chick and I can't figure it out either. I was thinking white wyandottes?
     
  5. featherbaby

    featherbaby Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I don't know the exact variety, but the Latin family name would be Q.T.lilpeeperpoopers maximus
     
  6. dsqard

    dsqard Crazy "L" Farms

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    Where did you get your chicks? White Wyandottes are unlikely since I don't "think" any of the hatcheries carry them. Also, it looks like #4 has a single comb. Wyandottes should have a rose comb. Again, not impossible to have a Wyandotte with a single comb but not likely. Wish I could help you more.
     
  7. dsqard

    dsqard Crazy "L" Farms

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  8. GlockGalUSA

    GlockGalUSA New Egg

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    I'm a total newbie so I've just been trying to go by chick pictures that were identified by various hatcheries, lol. I got mine at Hudson's here in the Garner/Clayton N.C. area. It's local feed/lawn and garden store. Could it be a Delaware??
     
  9. chickened

    chickened Overrun With Chickens

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    #4 is a delaware. #5 BO 1,2,3 I think you nailed EE don't always have muffs.
     
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  10. BarefootMom

    BarefootMom Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jul 20, 2010
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    #4 looks like a New Hampshire Red

    I have a few in this picture: These chicks are about 2 weeks old
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