What type of chicks do I have??

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by merrily-meredy, Mar 21, 2018.

  1. merrily-meredy

    merrily-meredy In the Brooder

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    My yellow one does have feathered legs! Neither of the others do.
    Here’s a little closer of them. You can kinda see the feathered legs here on the yellow.
     
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  2. merrily-meredy

    merrily-meredy In the Brooder

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    Yes it does look like the Welsummer chick pictures!
     
  3. lazy gardener

    lazy gardener Crossing the Road

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    ? Feathered legs on red one. Looks like rose or pea comb on black one. Australorpes have single comb, black legs with the bottoms of their feet being pinkish. The partridge one has a very red comb for it's age. So does the black one.
     
  4. Table4Six

    Table4Six Crossing the Road

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    It almost looks like they're all bantams.
     
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  5. merrily-meredy

    merrily-meredy In the Brooder

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    Looks like Henrietta might be a Welsummer! It has yellow legs so I think maybe it’s not a brown leghorn.
     
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  6. MinervaELS

    MinervaELS Songster

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    If it's a bantam, the most common ones that TSC seems to get in that color are the self blue Old English game bantams.
     
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  7. Starkey5

    Starkey5 In the Brooder

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    Yeah it's a bantam, I see some pictures of the old English game and that's what I was thinking as well. I did get it from TSC...I'm hoping that's what it is, they are beautiful birds!
     
  8. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years.

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    way too young to sex the lav. Please post new photo at 8 weeks of age.
     

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