What are these 15 week old pullets?

HomeByBonnie

In the Brooder
7 Years
Jan 2, 2013
61
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Dayton Ohio
Hi Folks,

I have four pullets and hoping for an idea on what breed you think they are.

First is Pat who I think may be a brown leghorn...


And then Chickette...


Trouble...


Lucky...


Help or input would be appreciated please. These were part of a rainbow layers pack and would love to know what they are breed wise. If other or more pictures would help please let me know these girls are quick but I sometimes can get pictures.
Thanks
 

Veer67

Songster
7 Years
Jul 2, 2013
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180
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Together with the flock
First picture looks like a Brown Leghorn. Is her earlobe red or white? Because Leghorns have white earlobes.
Second picture is a Dark Cornish.
Third picture is a Partridge Rock.
The white hen is a White Rock. But just to be sure what color are her earlobes?
 
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Hi Folks,

I have four pullets and hoping for an idea on what breed you think they are.

First is Pat who I think may be a brown leghorn...


And then Chickette...


Trouble...


Lucky...


Help or input would be appreciated please. These were part of a rainbow layers pack and would love to know what they are breed wise. If other or more pictures would help please let me know these girls are quick but I sometimes can get pictures.
Thanks
#1 welsummer hen
#2 golden laced wyandotte
#3 partridge barred rock
#4 looks like a white leghorn

all pretty birds
smile.png
 

Veer67

Songster
7 Years
Jul 2, 2013
3,613
180
231
Together with the flock
#1 welsummer hen
#2 golden laced wyandotte
#3 partridge barred rock
#4 looks like a white leghorn

all pretty birds
smile.png

#2 is not a golden laced wyandotte, GLWs don't have double lacings. Welsummers and Brown Leghorns all have brownish colored breast, what would really tell them apart is their earlobe color. :)
 
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Kelsie2290

Free Ranging
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Feb 18, 2011
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First picture looks like a Brown Leghorn. Is her earlobe red or white? Because Leghorns have white earlobes.
Second picture is a Dark Cornish.
Third picture is a Partridge Rock.
The white hen is a White Rock. But just to be sure what color are her earlobes?
X 2, I'm seeing white earlobes on #1also.
 

HomeByBonnie

In the Brooder
7 Years
Jan 2, 2013
61
8
48
Dayton Ohio
First picture looks like a Brown Leghorn. Is her earlobe red or white? Because Leghorns have white earlobes.
Second picture is a Dark Cornish.
Third picture is a Partridge Rock.
The white hen is a White Rock. But just to be sure what color are her earlobes?

The earlobe on Pat the first one is white.

And I apologize but me being a newbie is guessing that Lucky has red earlobes. Or am I looking at the wrong part.

My first year of chickens is a fun adventure which I am loving.
 

donrae

Hopelessly Addicted
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Jun 18, 2010
31,453
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Brown leghorn
I though barnvelder for the second bird, but I'm not really experienced enough with them or dark cornish to tell them apart. Must be this afternoon's research project!
Partridge rock--those are such beautiful hens!
White rock. Way too thick to be a leghorn.
 

Wyandottes7

Crowing
6 Years
Jul 24, 2013
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Your first one is a Light-Brown Leghorn, the second I'd say is a Dark Cornish (they are more common than Barnavelders, which look similar), the third is a Partridge Rock, and the last one is a White Plymouth Rock. Nice flock!
 

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