What Breeds are these bantam chicks?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by CheshireQueen, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. CheshireQueen

    CheshireQueen New Egg

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    I impulsively bought 6 little bantam chicks today and they are different breeds & strait run. I am new to chicks and these are a first I've ever attempted to raise, since my first hatch got killed along with the mother hen....neighbors dog ripped out 3.5 in decking staples from solid wood, though I fixed that problem real quick. Currently I have them settled in a brooder and there doing good but I'm just curious what breed and/or sex they are, any help is well appreciated. Thank you~! [​IMG]

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    #1 Fluffy feathered leg
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    #2 Of course my favorite blinked has green legs and white chest patch with it's redish face
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    #3+4 two chipmunk looking ones (the one farther back is lighter)
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    (this one looks just like the one above but lighter it flapped last minute)
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    5+6 two yellow puffballs
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    these two were very photogenic
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    Thank you for reading and any help/advice is great~!
     
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  2. Hatching

    Hatching Chillin' With My Peeps

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    First is a silkie, second is a golden sebright, third and fourth might be bantam Easter Eggers. I don't know about the last two sorry
     
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  3. justplainbatty

    justplainbatty Chillin' With My Peeps

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    AAAWW How cute! Bantams are so hard to sex that the hatcheries won't bother. Expect a few roos. No idea what kind but, they sure are adorable! Welcome to our flock! [​IMG]
     
  4. CheshireQueen

    CheshireQueen New Egg

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    Thank you~! I was hoping for a little Silkie and Sebright so that is awesome if they are and if I got bantam Easter Eggers I would die from happiness. Thank you again I have prepped for both roos and hens I can't wait to watch them grow.
     

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