what breeds are my 10 weeks old pullets?

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by sunflowerenvy, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. sunflowerenvy

    sunflowerenvy Songster

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    1.this looks like batman size chicken smaller in size of a Standard chicken that we have her head is white and her body is salt n pepper and she has greenish legs n feet and she she a nervous too, could anyone tell what she is?
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    2.the second one i think she is a pullet the color of feather are very pale cream color and have yellow legs n feet, could anyone tell what she is? in pic she took a mud bath earlier.

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    thanks for a help
    i move it from the breeds topic broad maybe it get some answer here
     
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2010
  2. OkieChix

    OkieChix In the Brooder

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    your first one is deffenly an egyptian fayoumis. the second one looks like a leghorn.
     
  3. cterbizan

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    The first is a silver campine here is a picture of mine:
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    I would say it was Fayoumis but the pattern on your chicken looks more barred than penciled to me but I honestly can not see the picture to well
    I am not sure about the second one though I am sorry
     
  4. sunflowerenvy

    sunflowerenvy Songster

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    thanks for reply back so fast you two at least they are not crowing yet i have 2 of each i would look up both breeds in the morning
     
  5. SkyWarrior

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    The second looks like a leghorn.
     
  6. KandJsmama

    KandJsmama Chirping

    Not a clue about #1 but #2 is a white leghorn pullet. If she has black spots (couldn't tell from the pic) she is a California white leghorn.
     
  7. PioneerPrincess

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    The first one looks like a Silver Campine. The second looks like a White Leghorn. [​IMG]
     

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