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Please help ID this chick

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Microchickie, Apr 19, 2018.

  1. Microchickie

    Microchickie Chirping

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    Hi Everyone, Just got my order from Welp this morning. I've been looking at baby chick pics to categorize them but this 1 has stumped me. In this shipment I asked for Belgian Quails, golden & blue d'uccles (but they sent self blue Old English for the gray ones & they wrote the sub in the packing slip), a variety of Cochins, a variety of Ameraucanas, & buff Sebrights. This little chick is white,has a pink beak,and clean pink legs. My daughter says he's an albino chick. He doesn't look like any of the others.I think he's gorgeous & would like to know what he'll grow into. IMG_20180419_170732563~2.jpg IMG_20180419_170822097~2.jpg Thanks for your help.
     

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  2. ashlandco

    ashlandco Songster

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    Super cute! Wish I could help!
     
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  3. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Crowing

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    Easter Egger
    Your Ameraucans will be EEs, unless the hatchery lists specific colors with them.
     
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  4. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Free Ranging

    What comb type?
    I would agree it's most likely an Easter Egger, since none of the other breeds seem to fit this particular baby. :)

    ~Alex
     
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  5. Microchickie

    Microchickie Chirping

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    I can't see any comb yet. It's 3 days old. When I ordered from Welp Hatchery it just said assorted Ameraucana Bantams so I have no idea. I'll look up the Easter Egger ones being as it's been narrowed down to this type. Thanks for your help.:thumbsup
     

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