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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Half-a-dozen, May 3, 2008.
there sooo cute!!!
I have 25 baby polish and I love them. Yours are so cute! Enjoy!
Those have to be some of the most adorable chicks I have ever seen. I love the little poof of head feathers. It's like they are wearing those idealic Russian rabbit fur hat things. Just need to paint a little red star on the grey one!
Aren't they the best??!! What varieties do you have there? The one looks like a white crested black to me, but what's the other? Silver laced?
I just hatched 20 bantam Polish babies yesterday. White crested blues & blacks. I have large fowl and I've hatched plenty of those, but these are our first bantams (of any breed). I'm in love!! Sooo cute and little!
Thanks for sharing the pics!
Quote:I am not completely sure but I am thinking white crested and SL
AWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! They so so cute. I need to have some of them...I love them..
i got three of my own . they are so funny looking. Mine are almost three weeks now and look like "vanilla Ice" with his funky hair-do
Omg they are so adorable! I love baby polish with their little fuzzy poof hats Thanks for sharing! The mousy color of the little bearded guy is so pretty! As to the breed or variation of the lighter one, I would definitely say white crested of some sort but I have never seen a WC Black that started out with that much white on his body. He might be a cross of some sort, and I must say some of the most beautiful chickens I have seen were mutts!
I hope you will keep us posted with more pics as they grow I am quite curious to see what they turn out to look like grown.
Oh they are so cute...I am ordering three varieties of the standards to go with my girls. I cannot wait.
My WCB hatch out with a lot of white--and they feather out within 5-6 weeks all black in the body. My lines are from show lines and are totally pure--I've never had one feather out off-color. Not that you can be totally sure 'till they feather out, but this little guy could be pure.