What am I?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by JocelynBoyer, Jul 16, 2019.

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  1. JocelynBoyer

    JocelynBoyer In the Brooder

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    When we bought this chick we were told she was a Delaware. As a baby chick it seemed true, but now at 12 weeks it's obvious she's not. Anyone know what she is? I've attatched a current picture - 12 weeks, and also 6 weeks, and 1 week. 20190716_153200.jpg 20190523_162640.jpg
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    Thank you!!
     
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  2. TwinkleChicken

    TwinkleChicken Chirping

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    hmm.... Maybe an ameracauna?
     
  3. JocelynBoyer

    JocelynBoyer In the Brooder

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    I don't think so, we bought 8 chicks together and the ameraucana and easter egger we have look nothing like her. This mystery bird is much sleeker/ slimmer and more upright than any of the other chickens. Honestly, she looks like some of the pictures of turkey poults I've seen online.
     
  4. JocelynBoyer

    JocelynBoyer In the Brooder

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    Here's our flock. She's the smallest of the bunch. 20190716_172636.jpg
     
  5. Evelyn Walker

    Evelyn Walker Songster

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    Looking a lot like an American Game.
     

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  6. JocelynBoyer

    JocelynBoyer In the Brooder

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    Maybe! I'll have to read up on that breed.
     
  7. Gray Farms

    Gray Farms Conserve Heritage Breed Livestock

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    Cubalaya
     
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  8. JocelynBoyer

    JocelynBoyer In the Brooder

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    Wow! That sure does look like her! Thanks!
     
  9. ColtHandorf

    ColtHandorf Crowing

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    Agreed, she's a Cubalaya pullet.
     
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