What do I have? ****Very Pic Heavy****

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by lolita117, May 19, 2012.

  1. lolita117

    lolita117 Songster

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    This first little guy looks like he is going to be a boy, but I have no idea what breed he is. I got him from TSC around April.10.2012. He was with the Bantam assortment. Any ideas? (Its the black and white one, with feathers on his feet)[​IMG]

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    And then there is this one. I haven't even begin to guess what it might be. I got it has an extra with an order from Meyer. I only got one of them. The first pick is of when I first got it, and the next pics were taken today. I got this chick at the end of March.

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  2. BlueCamas

    BlueCamas Songster

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    1- looks like a Silver Laced Cochin cockerel.
    2- is she Bantam or LF? Looks like a beardless/muffless EE
     
  3. chickymath

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    Your second looks just like one of my EE. She is muffless/beardless with the same coloring.
     
  4. lolita117

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    She's not bantam, not sure what LF means. I guess I will see whenever she lays an egg. I thought I seen a picture of a Partridge Penedesenca that the feathers look like the same, but I can't find a description of the legs being that really dark green color. I bought some EE's with this order, and as babies they all 3 had beards and muffs and a light green leg color. They didn't look like this chick as a baby. Unfortunately all 3 of my EE's didn't make it. I would love it if someone who has any Partridge Penedesencas could confirm my suspicion or give me some other direction to look into. I know she isn't a Light Brown Leghorn, because she is too big and I also have some of those within this order and their legs are yellow. I was also thinking maybe Partrigde Rock?
     
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