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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by project7030, May 9, 2011.

  1. project7030

    project7030 Chirping

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    Any thoughts on this chickie? Leghorn? I think I've got two other leghorns, but they're more yellowish and white. This is the greyish and white one. Any ideas? Thanks

    Andrea


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  2. ChickLover98

    ChickLover98 The Chicken Princess

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    She looks a bit dark to be Leghorn...
     
  3. project7030

    project7030 Chirping

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    I'm pretty new to chickens, so I really have no idea what it could be. The other two white ones might not be leghorns either. I really don't know.

    Thanks!
    Andrea
     
  4. jywel417

    jywel417 Songster

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    her coloring looks like some of my splash chicks did at that age but her wings look awful white.
     
  5. BANTAMWYANDOTTE

    BANTAMWYANDOTTE Songster

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    I ordered White Rock chickens from a hatchery that looked like that then feathered out white.....
     
  6. akcountrygrrl

    akcountrygrrl Songster

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    What color are the legs? What kind of comb does it have?
     
  7. project7030

    project7030 Chirping

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    He's really turning white. I'll have to look at his legs and comb again. I'll post some more pictures. Thanks!

    Andrea
     

  8. chickenlover54

    chickenlover54 Henely Hatchery

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    It could be a number of things, white jersey giant(my #1 guess because its legs appear to be green), white rock, or white java.
     

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