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sareaves81

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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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sareaves81

In the Brooder
Mar 21, 2018
3
10
26
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.
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.
 

JedJackson

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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.
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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