So these are the results of hatching out eggs that had been washed and in the fridge to sell before all 20 of my hens were killed, piled in the run and left. There has been many speculations on what could have happened and trapping resulted in nothing after several weeks of trying. We've never lost anything that we didn't catch coming back for more.....anyway......I grabbed eggs out of the fridge and and against all odds hatched out 14! 2 didn't make it but I now have 12! So the big question is YES? or ROO? and from who? I suspect only three are roo's but you're all better at it then me. They are 7 1/2 weeks. So....my roo is a Silver Ameraucana (he survived the massacre) the breeds of the hens that were laying at the time were: Ameraucana (I think mostly my 2 silvers because the 2 buffs had babies at there side), Barred Rock, Brahma, Buff Orpington & Sexlink. 8 of the Ameraucana eggs hatched but I didn't mark the chicks, but the silvers are pretty easy to identify but the blacks are tougher since most all of them have muffs from Big Daddy. Here are some pictures to start with: Ameraucana #1 Best pic I have of this one so far but you'll see this bird in the background of several of the other pictures. The most colorful and some green feathers around the neck and tail with splashes of orange. Maybe someone can sex by feathers on this. Not a huge comb and it's more orange then red or pink Ameraucana #2 I think this is the Ameraucana/Brahma mix but I'm not sure, I have one with hairy legs and one without so I'm not sure which one this is... We'll call her an Brahmacauna #3 and the one in the back of her is Ameraucana #1 Ameraucana #4 I have several black's like this but two don't have muffs so I'm guessing those are out of the Buff Orpington??? Could a Buff Orpington crossed with a Silver Ameraucana throw a black chick? Also, in the back you'll see a picture of Ameraucana #1 again. Ameraucana #5, note the Ameraucana in the back too, I think that's the only picture I have of that one. Any guesses on that one? Ameraucana #6 (Check out the one wild fuzz on it's head! It's been that way for about 2 weeks! LOL) Barred Rock/Ameraucana, We'll call it a Rockaucana . This is the most friendly bird I have, jumps on my lap the minute I sit down. I suspected cockerel but the feathers aren't going that way to me...or I just really want her to be a her! Thanks ahead for any imput. Also, if #1 is a roo he'll be for sale if anyone's interested. #1 is the sweetest bird in the whole group. You can pick it up without any complaints and waits until the feet are on the ground before walking away. If it's a pullet, it's the prettiest hen I've ever seen!