What breed is my new chick?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by animalfarm1, Aug 23, 2014.

  1. animalfarm1

    animalfarm1 Out Of The Brooder

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    :D Hey, I have another question.
    What breed is my new chick?
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    The quality of the images might be poor since I took them my iPad. :p
     
  2. lightchick

    lightchick Overrun With Chickens

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    Looks like she could be a white Leghorn, but it's hard to tell because she's so young.
     
  3. Basskids08

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    Possibly a buff Orpington
     
  4. lightchick

    lightchick Overrun With Chickens

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    I thought of that too, but in the first pic you can see that the feathers coming in are white?
    At least they look white to me!
     
  5. animalfarm1

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    Yes, they are white.
     
  6. SilkiesForEver

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    Quote:Yes, they are white.

    Do you know what her comb type is?
     
  7. animalfarm1

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    She has a single comb. :)
     
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  8. animalfarm1

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    She has a single comb.:)
     
  9. animalfarm1

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    Some of them have black spots on them. If that helps. :p
     
  10. BantamLover21

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    She could be several things: White Leghorn, White Rock, some sort of leghorn mix, etc. You'll probably only know for sure when she gets older, feathers in, develops earlobes, and begins laying.
     

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