Not quite white? What breed are these?

Chicken_Pauper

Songster
8 Years
Mar 8, 2011
492
12
111
Southern California
I purchased 2 of the same "Heavy Breed Pullets" ... they were yellow chicks with little tiny light buff wing feathers coming in. Pullets, clean legs. Just for fun, not knowing what they were other than "heavy"... Now, consulting with you all... .... curious... what breed do you think these are?
Single combs, clean legs and feet, both the same, both pullets.... "heavy breed"... they are mostly 'white' now, but still have some light buff feathers... no pattern. Any ideas? Please? Thank you!
They are about 5-6 weeks old, and don't quite have their head feathers yet.











 

tierco

Hatching
5 Years
Apr 21, 2014
1
0
6
Could be an Orphingtons or Wyandottes I have one almost exactly like these and Im just waiting to figure out which one it is.
 

Chicken_Pauper

Songster
8 Years
Mar 8, 2011
492
12
111
Southern California
Could be an Orphingtons or Wyandottes I have one almost exactly like these and Im just waiting to figure out which one it is.
"White Wyandottes?" If they are White Orpingtons, they are NOT very friendly... my Buff Orpingtons get in my lap and are very friendly, these do act more like a Wyandotte? But, Wyandottes have a rose comb. Can't be a rose comb Wyandotte. So, not overly friendly like previous Orpingtons, but, do not have a Rose Comb, so not Wyandottes. Has a single comb. And, remember, some buff coloring.
Thank you for the suggestions, I appreciate it.. checked it out.... still need help on the breed of these.
 

Basskids08

Chick Logging
5 Years
Mar 9, 2014
2,830
181
178
In the country somewhere
I purchased 2 of the same "Heavy Breed Pullets" ... they were yellow chicks with little tiny light buff wing feathers coming in. Pullets, clean legs. Just for fun, not knowing what they were other than "heavy"... Now, consulting with you all... .... curious... what breed do you think these are? Single combs, clean legs and feet, both the same, both pullets.... "heavy breed"... they are mostly 'white' now, but still have some light buff feathers... no pattern. Any ideas? Please? Thank you! They are about 5-6 weeks old, and don't quite have their head feathers yet.
They look like white rocks to me!
 

Chicken_Pauper

Songster
8 Years
Mar 8, 2011
492
12
111
Southern California
Thank you... do White Rocks normally have buff coloring as well? First feathering is light buff?

Thank you everyone for your help.... So grateful for the suggestions from all of you.
 
Top Bottom