What are these six babies?
The agouti has very very small patches of blond hair
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Ok, so in the first picture the breed is American, and the variety is a Dilute Agouti. Dilute Agouti's vary, this one is specifically a "lemon agouti" which means it has a black base and cream tip to the hair. The little cream brindling isn't enough to constitute for it being a broken.
The second picture, both are White Cresteds for the breed, and Golden Agouti and White Broken for the variety. (It's hard to see in the picture, but if they have any solid redish colored patches (without the ticking), they would be Golden Agouti, Red, and White Brokens.)
The third picture, the momma is an Abyssinian for the breed and a Red and White Broken for the variety. The baby on the left is an American, and the variety is a Black and White broken. The baby on the right is also an American, and the variety is a Lilac (unless there are other patches of color).
Hope it makes sense
Let me know if you have any questions. Really cute pigs!