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TSC bantam chicks at two months, what breed?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by JaneandLizzy, May 16, 2008.

  1. JaneandLizzy

    JaneandLizzy Out Of The Brooder

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    My TSC chick is 2 months old. He was a black clean legged chick, and now he has spots and a "rosecomb?"



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  2. JaneandLizzy

    JaneandLizzy Out Of The Brooder

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    These are some of the two month old girls. We thought they were Dutch, but now wonder if some are Old English.

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  3. JaneandLizzy

    JaneandLizzy Out Of The Brooder

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    These two hatched with totolly different colors and wound up as look a-likes. Not sure what they are either. Anyone sure what they are? Anybody want them? [​IMG]

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  4. JaneandLizzy

    JaneandLizzy Out Of The Brooder

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    Is this guy Speckled Sussex, Dutch, Old English?? bantam? He's so pretty. All different colors on his back.
     
  5. dangerouschicken

    dangerouschicken Will Barter For Coffee

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    Most of those appear to be Easter Eggers. The twinsies are more like Americaunas, except they have those fuzzy feet. Maybe because they are mixed? The first one may be part Golden Seabright.
     
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  6. JaneandLizzy

    JaneandLizzy Out Of The Brooder

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    I found out today that they came from Mount Healthy, and they do not know what they get in their bantam mixes. She said she knew they got Mille's, Red Pile Old English, and Golden Sebrites, but those chicks' colors don't match the ones we got.

    I am most curious about the top black one. He was all black and clean legged at hatch. Now he has spots on his chest.

    Reminds me of a Sebrite, but I don't think he can be because of his original color, and his mostly black appearance. We'll know if he is not one soon enough, but what is he?

    ps- He has been the first to crow ...at about one month old.
     
  7. Ohiostatfan

    Ohiostatfan Out Of The Brooder

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    Those first two females do look like what they told us our Old English should look like. LOL my TSC had nothing "fun" like that. All Orpingtons and RIRs...

    ~Bridget
     
  8. Rafter 7 Paint Horses

    Rafter 7 Paint Horses Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 13, 2007
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    I will give you my opinion.

    #1 Looks like a mixed breed. Golden Seabright and ? (maybe a Black Old English)

    #2 The pic of the pullet on the left, she is a BB Red Old English, although she should not have white in her head if pure.
    The other pullets, look like Silver Duckwing Old English.

    #3 The twins are Mille Fleur's. They did not color out very well.
    I had some that didn't color out, but they produced color.

    #4 The rooster looks to be a BB Red Old English, but he is not colored very well.

    That is what I think, I'm sure you will get more opinions.

    Jean
     
  9. LilPeeps

    LilPeeps Chillin' With My Peeps

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    #1 golden sebright cockerel

    #2 bb red oegb pullets

    #3 mille fleur d'uccle cockerels

    #4 bb red oegb cockerel
     
  10. king2

    king2 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    in the second picture you for sure have oegb pullets. They look like bbr and silver duckwing. Those are the only ones I know for sure [​IMG]
     

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