Nobody can figure out breed?

Chickenlover600

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I posted this on 2 other sites and there is a lot of debate on what my chickens breed is but all I know is that there bantams and they are probably crossed with some other breed. let me give you some information on them.

They are Tiny weigh about 1 lb each and all of them are laying except the youngest one we think is a rooster.

they have different combs then each other.

Their egg colors are white, and very light brown.
 

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Chickenlover600

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Looks like a Quail D'Anvers. A very poor quality one. One feature that's a fault is the single comb. They're supposed to be rose combed.
One of them looks exactly like that thanks! But are all of them the same breed? I bought them all together already laying and some had rose combs some had singles. What do you mean poor quality iv never heard that term used for chickens?
 

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One of them looks exactly like that thanks! But are all of them the same breed? I bought them all together already laying and some had rose combs some had singles. What do you mean poor quality iv never heard that term used for chickens?
You're welcome.

Poor quality, not bred to look good.
 

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One of them looks exactly like that thanks! But are all of them the same breed? I bought them all together already laying and some had rose combs some had singles. What do you mean poor quality iv never heard that term used for chickens?

I take it to mean they are not meeting breed standards.

For example a wyandotte with a single comb or a Salmon Faverolle hen that is mahagony in color. Both of those would be called poor quality or hatchery quality. It doesn't mean they aren't great pets just that they would not be show quality or if for breeding they would not likely produce show quality offspring.
 

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