Which breeds are my chickens?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by teresaolive, Jun 10, 2016.

  1. teresaolive

    teresaolive New Egg

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    Any guesses on these four? I don't know the breed or sex of any.
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  2. teresaolive

    teresaolive New Egg

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    They are 5weeks old. Will be six weeks at the beginning of next week.
     
  3. Chicken Girl1

    Chicken Girl1 Always Thankful Premium Member

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    I think they maybe all pullets (except one of the white ones with black around its neck *maybe* a cockerel), Where did you get them?
     
  4. teresaolive

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    #1 Hermione. Smallest of the bunch and hardly any tail feathers to speak of. Dark legs.
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    #2 Flinch. Has one white feather on the inside each wing. Dark legs.
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    #3 Myrtle. Friendly, seems to have a greenish tinge on back of legs, up high near the body. Easter egger mix?
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    #4 Angela Lansbury. Biggest of the bunch.
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  5. Chicken Girl1

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    Where did you get them? It is very possible that they are all mixes.
     
  6. Chicken Girl1

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    #4 looks like a possible cockerel. #1 looks like a Barred Rock (or BR mix), #2 looks like a Black Australorp, #3 and #4 look like Delaware mixes.
     
  7. teresaolive

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    Thanks for the input! I got them from my daughter's classroom, after they watched them hatch from eggs. Not sure where the teacher got them. I can ask her.
     
  8. meltel

    meltel Overrun With Chickens

    #1 looks like a barred rock, #2 looks like a black australop and when you find out what #4 is let me know because I have one that looks just like her! I am thinking easter egger/delaware mix....
     
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