please help are theres chicks new hampshire reds or rhode island red

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    Neither

    they're red sex link pullets
     
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    Those Red Sex Link pullets too.

    The Rhode Island Reds will have a really dark red coloration with no white feathers. New Hampshire Reds have more of an orange-ish coloration than RIR.
     
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    They all have white feather some only have one or 2 some have a bunch does that mean ther all new hampshire reds
     
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    If you have solid red chicks, then those might be Rhode Island Reds or New Hampshires, but they could also be the generic hatchery Red Pullets. Did you get them from Tractor Supply?
     

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