Farming forum: Any chicken experts want to take a stab at identification?

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Name: Toni
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Mar 9, 2015 1:15 PM CST
I purchased these two "light brahmas" on 3/1 when they were 3 days old. I took these pictures yesterday morning, so these babies are about 10 days old. I know they're not light brahmas. They do have feathered feet, though. Some kind of cochin? Any ideas? Not silkies as they don't have 5 toes. (yes, I know the one baby has icky poo bottom.. I cleaned it right after taking this picture.) The other babies in this picture are the real light brahmas & white orpingtons.

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Name: Tom
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Mar 9, 2015 5:01 PM CST
It's a bit too early to tell what they are, after they feather out more it should be possible to id them. Here's a link to the feather site page for brahman chicks.
None of these look like yours.
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