Please help ID and sex these 10wk old chicks

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Ayla_noemi, Apr 5, 2018.

  1. Ayla_noemi

    Ayla_noemi Chirping

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    Hello,

    I posted a few of my chicks a while back and some of you helped me ID the breed and gender. Now that the rest have grown up a bit I would really appreciate help identifying the breed and confirming the gender. The pictures are of those birds that could be female however I think 2 or 3 of them could be cockerels. I numbered the pictures and put a bit of info/best guesses on them. I am about 90% sure pictures 1-3 and 5-9 are labeled correctly as far as breed. Pictures 10 and 11 could be labeled incorrectly. They could be brown leghorn mutts that got mixed up in the movement from brooder to coop. I have attached a picture of what my husband purchased in order to give you ideas of what breeds they could be. Thank you all in advance.

    Also anybody wanna take a guess as to what gender these Embden geese are? I’m thinking 2 males 1 female because one is noticeably smaller than the others. When approached it does not hiss and approach the way the others do but ruffles its feathers and walks away or positions itself behind others. All my Toulouse females are laying but this one does not. The geese will all be 1 yr old by the end of this month.
     

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  2. WhiteWyan

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    #14 and 16 look like cream brabanters

    Edit: never mind I don't know what I'm talking about! Cute chickens though!

    13 14 16 prob golden spitzhauben
     
  3. Frazzemrat1

    Frazzemrat1 Free Ranging

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    #5, 7, 8, 9 appear to be a cockerels
     
  4. JedJackson

    JedJackson Crossing the Road

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    2 looks like it could be a cockerel to me, if it's a mix. 5 and 7 are likely cockerels but not 100%, especially on 5. 8 and 9 are definitely cockerels.

    It's difficult to say what the breeds are because all of them look a little off to me. 10 and 11 look like American game hens to me, but they could be Icelandics. 13, 14 and 16 may well be Icelandics. They are definitely not Legbars. 15 may be a Legbar mix or just not a good quality one as it has no crest and the colors are much too pale. 12 could be a birchin Marans if the bottoms of its feet are white or pinkish, or a birchin Cochin if the bottoms of its feet are yellow. I can't help with the geese. Maybe Miss Lydia can help if you post in the waterfowl section. If not, you may have to wait and watch to see who lays and who does what when they mate.
     
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  5. Ayla_noemi

    Ayla_noemi Chirping

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  6. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Free Ranging

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    1. Black Sex Link Pullet
    2. Same
    3. Same
    4. Black Austrolorp Pullet
    5. Production Red Pullet
    6. Mutt?
    7. Production Red Cockerel
    8. Mutt? Cockerel
    9. Production Red Cockerel
    10. Welsummer? Pullet
    11. Same
    12. Birches Cochin Pullet
    13. Olive Egger? Icelandic? Pullet
    14. Same
    15. Same
    16. Same
    The Production Reds may be mutts that just didn't inherits the pea comb. I don't know. Some of these I'm not really sure of.....
     
  7. Ayla_noemi

    Ayla_noemi Chirping

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    Hi, thanks for the help! # 1-3 and 5-9 I am 90% sure are my mutts. #4 is an Ayam Cemani my husband purchased from Foxfire farms. I know this 100% because of the color of its skin and mucous membranes (even though the coloring everywhere else is terrible). Every other chick is confusing the life out of me because they just don’t fit the standard as far as I can tell but I am terrible at determining breed and not all that great at sexing. I knew 17 of my other chicks were cockerels which is why I did not include pictures but was not 100% sure with some of my mutts.
     
  8. RoostersAreAwesome

    RoostersAreAwesome Free Ranging

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    #1- black sexlink or black sexlink mix, pullet
    #2- black sexlink mix or possibly marans mix
    #3- black sexlink or black sexlink mix, pullet
    #4- bad quality ayam cemani, probably pullet
    #5- RIR mix(?), possibly cockerel
    #6- RIR mix(?), maybe mixed with easter egger or wyandotte
    #7- RIR mix, probably cockerel
    #8- RIR mix(?), possibly mixed with wyandotte, cockerel
    #9- RIR mix, cockerel
    #10- leghorn mix, possibly bad quality legbar, pullet
    #11- leghorn mix, pullet
    #12- could you get a picture of her standing up?
    #13- bad quality icelandic, possibly olive egger, pullet
    #14- bad quality icelandic, possibly olive egger, pullet
    #15- bad quality icelandic, possibly olive egger
    #16- bad quality icelandic, possibly olive egger, pullet
     
  9. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    agree with Jed Jackson
     
  10. Ayla_noemi

    Ayla_noemi Chirping

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    Is that a good enough picture the lighting here stinks right now
     

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