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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by sareaves81, Mar 21, 2018.

  1. sareaves81

    sareaves81 In the Brooder

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    Got these at TSC. My daughter is raising them as a project for animal science class. We love them! However I think the white ones might be Cornish breed? They are the same age, or supposed to be. They are about a month old. Still have all four but just took pictures of the two because they all look similar. It’s cold out today so they have been hanging out inside some.
     

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  2. sareaves81

    sareaves81 In the Brooder

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    Part of that got lost. We are supposed to have two sienna star and two golden comets and they are supposed to be female. I think the brown probably are sienna star.
     
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  3. TomZilla43

    TomZilla43 Songster

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    Hello and :welcome. So glad you could join our lil flock:frow. Lots of friendly and knowledgeable folks here willing to help with seasoned advice:). Your chicks are really cute, best of luck to your daughter with her science project:D.
     
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    Welcome aboard to BYC family gr8 people tons of information loads of fun enjoy shake your tail feathers :jumpylove your feathered family members :love,adorable alert:woot 58aff217829958a978a4a6d2.png
     
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    Farmer Connie All My Friends Have Hoofs

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    Chicken Girl1 Queen of the Coop

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    The brown one looks like a Welsummer and the white one looks like a Cornish X, which is a meat bird.
     
  7. JedJackson

    JedJackson Crossing the Road

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    The brown ones probably are sienna stars-- they look right. And if they are then they're both pullets. The white ones are either white rocks or Cornish crosses. The feathered white bird in the picture has a big reddish comb and is likely a cockerel. Can't say about the other white one without a picture.
     

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