Need help IDing chicks - sex a plus as well

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by LAChickens, Feb 16, 2014.

  1. LAChickens

    LAChickens Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Can you help ID this bunch of 5 week old chicks I received?
    They are supposed to be 'pure' from the following breeds:
    Rhodebars
    Legbars
    Black/Blue Copper Marans
    Cochin
    Brahma
    Barred Rock
    Silver Penciled Rocks,
    Chocolate Orps,
    Silver Sussex
    Light Sussex / Corontion Sussex

    1. I'm guessing Black Cochin pullet
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    2. Silver Sussex Roo?
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    3. Silver Sussex Pullet
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    4. ? Pullet
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    5. Right: ? Pullet
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    6. Right: ? Pullet
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    7. Right: ? Pullet
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    8. Blue/Black Copper Maran?
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    9. Blue/Black Copper Maran?
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    10. ? Pullet
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    11. ? Roo
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    12.? Speckled Sussex? Roo
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    13. ? Roo
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    14. Rhodebar? Cream Legbar? Pullet?
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    15. Rhodebar? Cream Legbar? Pullet?
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    Last edited: Feb 21, 2014
  2. Lady of McCamley

    Lady of McCamley Overrun With Chickens

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    My guesses. Others will be much better with the Rhodebars and Silver Sussex and Legbars...I haven't had those breeds/varities yet.

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  3. ramirezframing

    ramirezframing Overrun With Chickens

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    MMMM I don't see many that could be a sussex due to yellow legs and feathered shanks. Sussex have clean white/ pinkish shanks and single combs. Brahmas have feathered yellow shanks and a pea comb. Cochins have feathered shanks mostly yellow but depeands on color of bird and a single comb. Rocks have clean yellow shanks and single combs. Didn't see any barred rocks. Marans can have or not be feathered shank with single combs and shank color on black or blue should be grey. Legbar and rhodebars have clean yellow shanks and single combs. Don't know how much this helps you, but I hope it helps some.
     

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