What breed is this bantam chick?!?!?!

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by HeyImAChickenThatsWhite, Mar 31, 2018.

  1. HeyImAChickenThatsWhite

    HeyImAChickenThatsWhite In the Brooder

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    Help!! I don’t know what is breed of chick is!?!?! We got her and her “sisters” and brother from tractor supply from the assorted bantam thing.
     
  2. casportpony

    casportpony Team Tube Feeding Captain & Poop Inspector General

    Welcome to BYC! I have no idea what breed it is, but it sure is cute!:love
     
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  3. HeyImAChickenThatsWhite

    HeyImAChickenThatsWhite In the Brooder

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    Thanks
     
  4. BlackIce

    BlackIce Songster

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    australorp bantam maybe?
     
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  5. BantamTurkey

    BantamTurkey Chirping

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    This is a thing?? I have been arguing with him that one of his australorps is a bantam. He says there's no such thing. lol

    The chick in question is adorable. I have no idea on the breed, though
     
  6. HeyImAChickenThatsWhite

    HeyImAChickenThatsWhite In the Brooder

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    Thanks, the chick name is “Alice”. We think she is a Black Oegb
     
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  7. BlackIce

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    To be honest i went on google and looked up black bantams and australorp came up in one of the filters so i clicked on it and the hens looked a lot like the chick you posted.:lol:
     
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  8. TattooedChicks

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    Looks a lot like my black Sumatra bantams as chicks. Not the best picture, but can you see any type of comb coming through? But the black bodies, white tummies, first flight feathers, and tips of toes are typical of hatchery chicks of this breed.

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  9. HeyImAChickenThatsWhite

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    Her comb is coming through, but you can barely see it because it it’s black.
     
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  10. HeyImAChickenThatsWhite

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    I’m kinda new to chickens. I don’t really know what breed they are until they are grown. I have no patience till then.
     
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