what breeds are my new chicks

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by 4acresNachick, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. 4acresNachick

    4acresNachick Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi! I got these chicks two weeks ago from a friend who hatched them at her house. They came from the same place I got my 4 1yr old hens. I have a few guesses as to breeds but I like a few more experienced people to tell me. Thank you
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    kind of shy and loves to explore.
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    I have two of these that are nearly identical. the above pic and this one are of the same chick we call her Tiana

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    I have two of these but this one has a much brighter head. She is my most wild, all she wants to do is chase bugs!
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    This is my Sweetie. I don't know what she is or if she is a she but what a love bug. I have two of these and the other isn't nearly so friendly.
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    This is the other lighter colored one. Less yellow on the head and lots of little black speckles down her back.
    I should say they are between 4-5 wks old and 2 of the six are half the size my RIRs were at this age. The others all seem bigger.
    Thanks for all the help!
     
  2. sawmane1

    sawmane1 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The first one looks Kind of like my GLW

    Secongd one probably a RR

    the third one might be a Bared rock

    The last one looks like and easter egger

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    Last edited: Jun 9, 2011
  3. 4acresNachick

    4acresNachick Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi. I was thinking that about the EE. The place I got them from has a two roos and about twenty hens. Lots of different breeds. The Roos are 1 plymouth rock and the other is a Gold Lace Wyandotte she said. So chances are good that they are mixed breed though she had quite a few of each of those two breeds. She hatched eggs from her coop and she has some of the friendliest chickens I've ever met! Sorry about any spelling errors
     

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