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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by mahsmaj, Jul 2, 2008.
Just post em' and tell us somethin about em'
The chick is an easter egger <grin>. I couldnt believe the two of them stared at each other for so long.. i took a bunch of pictures and they just checked each other out!
great post!!! Now this should have been the photo of the week!!!
My crazy kitten on the top of the brooder in our basement.
What the chickens looked like when we got them.
If you are wondering, there are 6 new hampshire pullets.
Here is my week old Black Orpingtons. These little babies were the only two out of 12 that lived after shipping! They are my little suvivors.
I don't have names yet and don't know their sex.
O and all my babies together
here is my only survivor of the blue orp eggs. I think it is a cockeral due to thick feet? He is going to be two weeks old this Saturday.
now for the chicks that I am not sure what breed they are. I got them from Cackle Hatchery and I forgot what she said they were. I like the pic of the grown birds, which will be black and white. I also ordered some Spitzhaubens but don't pick them up till July 8th. These may be Lakenvelders or hamburgs? She said they were a week old and we got them last Saturday so that would put them about the same age as the blue orp which is a good two times larger/taller than they are. I am wondering if these guys are bantams?
Tic Tic Tock... Just Chillin' On My Rock
Quote:That looks sorta like a Siliver Spangled Hamburg chick
One of my new buttercup babies!
thanks jenlyn, several had said the same thing so I am going for silver spangled hamburgs. LOL Are they standard size or bantams?