What breed?

Ivyfox777

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Oct 18, 2018
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I got these little guys from a nearby backyard flock, we know for the most part what they all are, two Easter egger mixes, two silkies, but I have no clue what the other two are. I don’t have the greatest photos, and one I could only use a photo from a few weeks ago since she’s a speedy little thing. In the first photo I’m wondering the breed of the little grey one, and in the second the blackish-brown and white one.
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JedJackson

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I agree with Alexandra. We might be able to guess what has gone into each bird's mix if we knew the possible parents, but even then it might be just speculation. They are beautiful-- how interesting is the color pattern of the gray one? She's unique, and that's part of why mixed breeds are so cool.
 

Ivyfox777

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Oct 18, 2018
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Stunning mixes. :) There's really no telling exactly what went into the mix unless we knew the breeds which encompassed said backyard flock (although BYC is graced with a few experienced members who can identify simply by looking).

~Alex
I’ll see if I can ask who the parents might be, although the first response I got was “no clue”. At first I thought maybe a barred rock or Sussex, now I’m not so sure. The second one my original thought was a black australorp.
 

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