Please help! What breeds are these bantam chicks?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by sweeterdeeter42, Mar 12, 2011.

  1. sweeterdeeter42

    sweeterdeeter42 Songster

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    These are bantam chicks from an assortment. They are all clean legged and all purebred. I am assuming #5 is a Sebright? # 4 too possibly, but so much lighter than # 5 and wing pattern is a little different so idk. I have no clue about guessing the breeds of chicks if it is not obvious like a cochin or polish chick, lol. A few years ago I thought that I had Russian Orloffs for a couple months til I realized they were really Black Giants. Any help would be appreciated greatly. [​IMG] Some of the pictures have a red lens flair on them, which is not part of the chicks colors.

    #1- Rose Comb reddish chick. 2nd pic is an up-close of color and pattern.

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    #2- single comb black chick with reddish markings and white booty.

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    #3- Single comb multi-color chick with red head. (super interested in finding out what this one is! so neat!)

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    #4- Rose comb chick, assuming some kind of laced.

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    #5- Rose comb chick, assuming golden sebright.

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  2. sweeterdeeter42

    sweeterdeeter42 Songster

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    Anyone? Anyone at all? Ill take anything I can get!
     
  3. Chickenfur

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    1, 2, 5, all look the same to me. [​IMG]
     
  4. Winggedheart

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    Maybe a d'Anver mix?
     
  5. spish

    spish De Regenboog Kippetjes

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    no idea on the breeds sorry but is there something wrong with the eyes of chicks 2 and 4? or is that from the flash maybe?
     
  6. sweeterdeeter42

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    From the flash.
     
  7. GotChicken?

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    They all look like golden sebrights to me. The different colors throw you off, but if you notice all their wings are sprouting orange and black feathers. I don't know if the color differences relate to sex, but of the sebrights I bought last year, the lighter-colored turned out to be male.
     
  8. Zinnia-Hen

    Zinnia-Hen Live & Let Live

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    They look like sebrights to me, but I could be wrong...
     
  9. sweeterdeeter42

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    2 and 3 have single combs...............
     
  10. ParrotsNPullets

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    All I can help with is #5, definitely a golden-laced, so golden Sebright...
     

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