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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by kychickguy, May 7, 2011.

  1. kychickguy

    kychickguy In the Brooder

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    this were surrposed to be rir but they are white no red in them at all what kind are they they are about 4 weeks old

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  2. ginger c.

    ginger c. Songster

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    Quote:I'm no expert, so someone may came around and correct me, but aren't those Leghorns? Did you get them from TSC? The TSC by me had all the leghorns in a watering trough marked something else.

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  3. Ms.Frizzle

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    The black & white one looks maybe SLW? A brown leghorn next to it.
     
  4. kychickguy

    kychickguy In the Brooder

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    thanks i did get them from tsc i hope they are leg horns and not cornis x first time in raising chickens benn read all post and cant wait for them to start laying

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    here is better pic what kind is slw
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  5. kychickguy

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    thanks i did get them from tsc i hope they are leg horns and not cornis x first time in raising chickens benn read all post and cant wait for them to start laying

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    here is better pic what kind is slw
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  6. acy0029

    acy0029 Songster

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    SLW = Silver Laced Wyandotte
     
  7. Lurach

    Lurach In the Brooder

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    The white ones look just like my Tetra Tint, also purchased at TSC. They had several bins that were mislabeled when I was there.
     

  8. kychickguy

    kychickguy In the Brooder

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    thanks alot for your replies they help alot
     

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