They're here, but what are they? LOL

Mar 5, 2018
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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?
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Roosters110

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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.
 

PouleNoire

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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?
 

RoostersAreAwesome

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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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