WHAT BREED IS SHE????? HELP!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ChickenBantam, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. ChickenBantam

    ChickenBantam Out Of The Brooder

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    [​IMG] Hi, I just got 6 chicks I ordered from mypetchicken.com. They all arrived healthy and lively. I got 1 Partridge Silkie, 1 Blue Silkie, 3 Welsummers and 1 ?????? I ordered all females. I don't know what kind of chick the yellow one is. She is from assortment. Here are the breeds from the assortment
    easter egger
    sebright
    white russian orloff
    spangled russian orloff
    white crested black polish
    white wyandotte
    welsummer
    barred rock
    antwerp belgian
    Thanks!!!
    BTW She is a bantam
     
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  2. allmychickens

    allmychickens Just'a small town girl

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    Its an orloff... EE's have green legs and Antewerps have slate. your a lucky person for sure!! [​IMG]
     
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  3. ChickenWisperer

    ChickenWisperer Chillin' With My Peeps

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    EE's can have any color legs. But I agree, it's most likely the white orloff.
     
  4. this is the only reason i say orloff

    shes bearded, and orloff is the only chicken on that list you said that is bearded, and shes white cause, well, shes white LOL

    shes SO cute, y sister would be SO jeaulous
     
  5. Pele

    Pele Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Actually, there are a number of bearded breeds in that list. EE, Orloff, and antwerp belgian.

    I doubt this chick is an EE, because a hatchery with a scrupulous enough program to make bantam Orloffs probably wouldn't produce an EE chick with light legs (the 'ideal' EE should have slate or willow legs).

    It could either be an Orloff, or the Antwerp Belgian (also called a d'Anvers). Watch the comb while it develops. If it starts a rose comb and the legs darken a bit, it's a d'Anvers. If the comb develops into a rasberry or walnut, it's an Orloff.
     
  6. oh, oops, XD, ok well im still saying orloff
     

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