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New and stumped

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by NewChickLove, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. NewChickLove

    NewChickLove Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi there! I bought 11 bantams from tsc, 4 different breeds. The only ones I'm certain on are the three white silkie bantams. [​IMG]
    Then there are these guys, which I think are either Partridge Cochins or Brahmas.
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    And here's another
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    Then there are these little guys, which have me absolutely stumped.
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    And finally this little guy, the only friend without feathered feet. He is by far the smallest and very spunky. He is a very pale yellow, almost white.
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  2. Alison Pony

    Alison Pony Out Of The Brooder

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    the bottom white ones look like california whites
     
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  3. Chicken Girl1

    Chicken Girl1 Irish Colleen Premium Member

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    The ones with feathered feet and puffy cheeks all look like d'Uccles, only the greyish one looks kinda of like a Cochin. The last one maybe a Dutch bantam or a OEGB.
     
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  4. Pattycat

    Pattycat Out Of The Brooder

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    The little feathered feeted cream ones look like my buff Cochins. The white ones with the bare legs look like white leghorns or california whites.
     
  5. NewChickLove

    NewChickLove Out Of The Brooder

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    Thank you for your replies!
     
  6. NewChickLove

    NewChickLove Out Of The Brooder

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    After doing some research, I will be very happy if these are D'Uccles!
     

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