What Breed Are These Bantams?

Lillian J Kline

In the Brooder
Aug 14, 2017
I just got 10 chicks today from Tractor Supply (a day or two old). 6 That we know everything we want to about.

But it’s the 4 bantams we have no clue.

I’m sure there are two one breed and two another.

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These ones especially we have no idea about.

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Does anybody know or have any idea as to what they might be?
Are you sure the ones in the first 4 pictures are bantams? They look like welsummer bantams or brown leghorns?

Unless Tractor Supply screwed up, they’re bantam. They were in the Bantam bins. I don’t think they did because they’re half the size of the regular chicks of the same age


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agree with Gray Farms - didn't realize how very, very young they are. Please post new photos when they are 8 weeks old.

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