These 2 were found in a dumpster, any guesses?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by FateOfMind, Mar 24, 2015.

  1. FateOfMind

    FateOfMind In the Brooder

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  2. kecker-wolf

    kecker-wolf Hatching

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    Maybe rir, cherry egger, or prod. Reds?:confused:
     
  3. Chickerdoodle13

    Chickerdoodle13 The truth is out there...

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    Looks like red sex links to me, possibly roosters with that coloration pattern.
     
  4. Bless you for rescuing these little darlings!

    Shame on whoever left them in a dumpster!
     

  5. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Crowing

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    They look like Red Sex-links to me. If that is the case, then the first chick is probably a cockerel, and the second chick is likely a pullet.
     
  6. Wyandottes7

    Wyandottes7 Crowing

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    The white one could also be a White Plymouth Rock or White Leghorn.
     
  7. FateOfMind

    FateOfMind In the Brooder

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    Thank you all for the replies! The white/yellow one is about 2/3 the size of the one with brown feathers coming in. I was thinking production red as well, I'll follow up as they get older so you know what they turn out to be.
     

  8. Michael OShay

    Michael OShay Crowing

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  9. SheenaMills

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    omg did you just hear them chirping in the dumpster?!
     

  10. FateOfMind

    FateOfMind In the Brooder

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    Someone else found them, I just ended up with them haha! I would imagine so, one of them sounds like a song bird instead of a chick. I've never heard these noises before!
     

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