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Is the late bloomer a roo?

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These three Coronation Sussex are supposed to be from the same hatch, but as you can see, one is feathering much more slowly. Im thinking two hens and a roo.... what do you think?
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The two in the front look like pullets, back appears a rooster. But, the first one could be a late bloomer. I can't quite see all of them. I would wait a few more weeks and wait until someone reddens. I absolutely love coronation sussex. They are gorgeous. Good luck. Do you want a trio? Or all girls. A trio would be a nice start at breeding.
Edited by PoultryQueen101 - 9/14/15 at 4:43pm

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I really want aWhite  Sebastopol that is young and nearby! Our male died two days after we bought him. I would really want a female though because the Sebbie was to be a companion for my duck, and now we think it's a drake. 

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I really want aWhite  Sebastopol that is young and nearby! Our male died two days after we bought him. I would really want a female though because the Sebbie was to be a companion for my duck, and now we think it's a drake. 

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post #3 of 9
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Thanks for the quick reply. Hoping for a trio.smile.png
post #4 of 9
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Here's a better view.
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Originally Posted by labelcherky View Post

Here's a better view.
With the new view, yes, I see a trio. But you can't be 100% for a few more weeks.

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I really want aWhite  Sebastopol that is young and nearby! Our male died two days after we bought him. I would really want a female though because the Sebbie was to be a companion for my duck, and now we think it's a drake. 

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I really want aWhite  Sebastopol that is young and nearby! Our male died two days after we bought him. I would really want a female though because the Sebbie was to be a companion for my duck, and now we think it's a drake. 

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post #6 of 9

I agree

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Now I'm thinking two cockrels... any guesses? First time with this breed. TIA
post #8 of 9

They all look like pullets to me.

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Great!! Thank you
Edited by labelcherky - 9/28/15 at 4:41pm
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