TSC bantam bin breeds

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Thejperez, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. Thejperez

    Thejperez Crowing

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    A trip to TSC ended with 8 new chicks! I should know not to go in that place in the spring :lol: it was a buy 6 get 2 free. I think there's a couple silkies but the rest are mostly big question marks to me. What breeds do you think they are? received_1600453296739603.jpeg received_1600453173406282.jpeg received_1600452383406361.jpeg received_1600452153406384.jpeg received_1600452040073062.jpeg
     
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  2. Thejperez

    Thejperez Crowing

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  4. Broodygranny

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    Awww! I looked through the bin at my local feed store, and I couldn't find silkies! A couple of them look like silkies to me. I am not the best at this though. I don't know what the others are.
     
  5. Chicken Girl1

    Chicken Girl1 Queen of the Coop

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    I see the Silkies, the other feathered legged two look like d'Uccles. The brown one with the stripe maybe a Old English Game bantam.
     
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  6. Alexandra33

    Alexandra33 Chook Snuggler

    I see one definite Silkie, a Buff. :) Are you thinking the light blue chick is a Silkie as well? A shot of the face would be very helpful if you could get one, I'm not so sure.
    1st chick is a Porcelain d'Uccle, 2nd could either be a Golden or Silver Duckwing OEGB, 3rd has me thinking Black OEGB (provided it has a single comb), 4th is a Buff Silkie, 5th is a Cochin, possibly Columbian, kiiiiinda leaning toward Red Pyle OEGB on 6th, not sure on 7th, and 8th could also either be a Gold or Silver Duckwing OEGB. :D Time will tell for sure on all of them, though. Cutie pies, gotta LOVE the bantam bins! :love

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  7. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    Please take new photos at 8 weeks of age when they are fully feathered out.
     
  8. Thejperez

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    The bantam's are around three months old now. The total is now nineteen, thanks to a trip back to TSC a few days after getting the original 8. Now that all of them are fully feathered out I figured I should see what breeds I got.
    1) I call this one pancake, I believe he is male and he is the sweetest roo in the bunch.
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    2) This is Blu. Hen. Loves getting on my shoulder.
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    3) Unnamed silkie rooster. Im pretty sure on the gender. He he likes to bite my finger.
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    4) Unnamed rooster. Red Pyle possibly.
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    5) Unnamed also. Roo.
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    6) This is one of chipmunk looking chicks. Rooster.
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    7) Unnamed hen. Female to number 5 possibly.
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    8) Porcelain d'Uccle hen.
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    9) Hen. Also a chipmunk chicken like 6.
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    10) Roo. Same as 6 and 9
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    11) Hen. Like 6,9 and 10
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    12 ) hen.
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    13) Hen. Like 6,9,10 and 11
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    14) Rooster.
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    15) Hen
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    16) Hen. She's quite skittish
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    17) This is one of the roosters I'm definitely keeping. received_1685452651573000.jpeg
    18) Porcelain d'Uccle like 8.
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    I would like to know what you think about the genders as well as the breeds now that they're all feathered out.
     

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