They're here, but what are they? LOL

Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by SecondChanceRanch, Mar 11, 2018.

  1. SecondChanceRanch

    SecondChanceRanch Chirping

    Mar 5, 2018
    Cambridge Springs, PA
    I'm SO excited. Our first chickens are here! We now have 2 roosters, 6 Golden Comet hens (?), And 3 bantams. But, I have no idea what breed the bantams or Roos are? Does anyone? IMG_20180310_165113565.jpg IMG_20180310_165113565.jpg IMG_20180310_164939524.jpg IMG_20180310_165011383.jpg IMG_20180310_165113565.jpg IMG_20180310_164939524.jpg IMG_20180310_165011383.jpg IMG_20180310_165125064.jpg IMG_20180310_164928374.jpg

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  2. Roosters110

    Roosters110 Chirping

    Mar 10, 2018
    The reddish/brown ones with white stripes look like red sexlinks and the rooster looks like a red sexlinks rooster,their a breed that can be sexed as chicks,opposite sex has opposite colors.
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  3. FeatherMtnFarms

    FeatherMtnFarms Songster

    Sep 13, 2015
    The one in the 8th picture is a golden seabright.
    The 3 in the last picture are golden comets.
    I agree with Roosters110, the white and brown roo looks like a sex-link
    The one above the sex-link roo looks like a dorking from what I can see..
    The little brown one in the first few pics is a little hard to tell, can you get a side view maybe?
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  4. RoostersAreAwesome

    RoostersAreAwesome Free Ranging

    May 21, 2017
    The bantam rooster is a serama, the buff bantam is a game mix, the gray one is an old English game bantam, and the last one is a sebright. The other rooster is a red sex link (also called golden comet, cinnamon queen, red star, etc) and the hen in the last picture without white is a production red.

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