Update - Help identify chick breeds.

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EDIT-- I got better pictures of the baby chicks. Hopefully we will be able to identify them easier now. This is Jaiden. Triple the size of the other chicks and heavy as beat all.
 

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The third and fourth pictures are golden laced wyandottes. The others I'm having a hard time identifying the rest from these pictures. The first and second pictures might be a black sex link but I can't see the comb to confirm type.

Feather footed one might be a salmon faverolles, hard to tell without seeing the face, comb and legs. I think I may see muffs in the picture, though.
 

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I will try to get pictures of them standing and close up of the faces when I can. Sadly we have company so the dogs are going crazy and making the chicks unsettled so pics are hard to get at the moment.
 

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The third and fourth pictures are golden laced wyandottes. The others I'm having a hard time identifying the rest from these pictures. The first and second pictures might be a black sex link but I can't see the comb to confirm type.

Feather footed one might be a salmon faverolles, hard to tell without seeing the face, comb and legs. I think I may see muffs in the picture, though.
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Thanks! Any guesses on the big old girl in my original post? I edited it with just her new pictures.
 

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I will hazard a guess.
The first one looks to be a gold laced wyandotte (male) with a poor comb type. OR this is THE lightest colored BSL I have ever seen.
Two is a salmon faverolle. You do know this one has scissor beak right?
Three is a silver laced wyandotte.

Not sure on the first posts pics.
 
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