Supposedly Barnefelders and Wyandotts...

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... but, I don’t think so!
The white ones and black and while ones came together as a batch of chicks. The brown one hatched here from these hens.
If anyone would like to try and identify these birds, that would be great!
Snow White is the all white one, Friendly is white with some speckels on her neck, Becky is the gold/brown one, and Henrietta is the black and white barred one. The rooster is Gonzalo.

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... but, I don’t think so!
The white ones and black and while ones came together as a batch of chicks. The brown one hatched here from these hens.
If anyone would like to try and identify these birds, that would be great!
Snow White is the all white one, Friendly is white with some speckels on her neck, Becky is the gold/brown one, and Henrietta is the black and white barred one. The rooster is Gonzalo.

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That’s just it, the young breeder seemed to think he had Wyandottes and Barnefelders. We didn’t get a good look at the adults.
In your post it sounds like one of them was hatched from your flock?
 

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