Please help no clue

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by newbie29, Jun 17, 2010.

  1. newbie29

    newbie29 Hatching

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    Ok I posted a few bad pics last night and just realized I posted them in the wrong thread so we will try this again I guess.
    I got them at TSC and they didnt say what kind they are.
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    The first one I am pretty sure they are all roos but not sure about the breed. Its the second and last 2 that i think are pullets. Please let me know what you think. The one in the last pic has a different color feet then the rest.
    Thanks
     
  2. bantyhen'sfriend

    bantyhen'sfriend Songster

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    They look like white plymouth rocks to me.
     
  3. Sillystunt

    Sillystunt Master of the Silly

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    at TSC they are probally leghorns..............
     
  4. caseyleah

    caseyleah In the Brooder

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    They look like white leghorns. I have 3 of them that are around 6 weeks old.
     
  5. Rodeoclown1189

    Rodeoclown1189 Songster

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    either leghorns or Cornish cross some look real good and fat.
     
  6. gmendoza

    gmendoza Songster

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    Plymouth Rocks. They have the yellow legs,hence they are rocks.I have leghorns and they have pale legs.Ive had rocks before as well so I know the difference.
     
  7. jossanne

    jossanne Songster

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    The bunch of white ones with big red combs look like they have red flecks starting to show in their wing feathers. That would most likely make them red sex-link cockerels.
     
  8. littlestars17

    littlestars17 Songster

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    amberlinks : ) TSC's everywhere went crazy with them this yeqar, the top 3 look just like my amberlink roos as does the one on the back of the second pic- They are very sweet natured birds : ) They are a white leghorn cross so often mistaken for them-The brown markings on the tips of their wings gives them away ; )
     

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