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Please help sexing my birds they are fighting like cockerels I think one is a sebright and a dutch[IMG]
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I answered your other post,  age is very important in determining sex.   Seabright roos have heny feathers  - in other words both sexes look the same.  Your other, is not showing  pointed saddle or hackle feathers, et, so I cannot in good conscience proclaim him a rooster.

 

How are they fighting?  It could just  be  fighting over pecking order.

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post #3 of 9
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Thanks they have there feathers up a jumping up in air at each other.
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You can post pictures of your birds here for help in determining their gender (read the picture guidelines, they'll be helpful):

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hens/pullets will do the same type of fighting and I have even had a pullet and a rooster do the same thing.  At least in my flock.      Welcome to BYC 

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My female bantam finally turned out to be a rooster 😮
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