Mystery chicks

JadziaDax

In the Brooder
Nov 7, 2015
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Gather round and identify my chicks! I stopped at TSC today and they had just gotten in a chick shipment. They had Silkies, which I’ve been watching for, so I got three - and they had a bunch of chicks that were unmarked in a bin from a previous shipment so I got two

I think they are either Welsummers or Light Brown Leghorns. They are probably 4-7 days old and some had much longer wing feathers than others. The chicks I picked were the longer wing variety, with dark, distinct eyeliner (I’m hoping I played the odds correctly!).

Here they are:

Chick #1
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Chick #2
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Other possibilities: Speckled Sussex, though one associate said she thought they were only special order. Easter Egger, though I can’t discern any muffs and legs are yellow. I think I’ve seen Rhodebars can be this color? Or maybe something I haven’t thought of!

What say ye, BYC?
 

Ogdenfarms22

Songster
Feb 4, 2017
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I just got 2 Speckled Sussex from TSC. One of them is the guy all alone in the pic. Looks alot like yours but its a pretty common pattern till later on in their life!
 

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