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Sometimes a dominant girl will crow. Sometimes they are mimicking a rooster that they are housed with. If your bird is laying, it's female.

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Sometimes a dominant girl will crow. Sometimes they are mimicking a rooster that they are housed with. If your bird is laying, it's female.

Huh, well thanks for your help! Here I was gearing up for a rooster when I had a pullet this whole time.

Serama Lama Ding Dong.

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