Almost two weeks ago I had quail, duck and a chicken eggs ready to hatch. With luck most of the eggs hatched Christmas eve and Christmas day. That was wonderful! I now have 10 cute quail, 4 ducklings and 1 chick. Here's my question- this chick looks different from any other chick I have hatched. My adult chickens, ducks and turkeys all reside in the same run. We have different houses for each one- but they seem to visit each other a lot. The eggs in the incubator were all mixed up some brown, some white, both small and large sizes. As far as I know- my turkeys were not laying eggs but.... this chick sure looks different. Seems larger for it's age, longer legged, fewer feathers, not all white/yellow. Has a more solid ridge on beak than I remember from previous chicks. But I don't have another young chick to compare it with. Any idea on how I can determine if this is a turkey or chicken (other than the obvious- wait and see- I'm not very good at that- lol) Any ideas?