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What sex/breed do you think these are?

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Hi everyone, just got my first backyard chickens! What sex and breed are these? They're around 6-8 weeks old. Thanks!
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The black one is a black sex link pullet, could you get better pictures of the other ones? They could be (the black and white one): Barred rock or a black sex link rooster, (the redish one) could be RIR, Red sex-link, or a Production red.

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Thanks, hopefully these pics will help. Kind of hard trying to get them to pose for the camera. smile.png I can't have roosters so I'm hoping their all hens.
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I see a Black Sexlink (black with the gold neck feathers, definitely a pullet), a Barred Rock (black and silver barred, definitely a pullet), and what is probably a hatchery-grade New Hampshire (the light red one, so far looking like a pullet).
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www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzHpYyB_F3U

Currently 30 guineas & 49 chickens. Australorp, Buff Orpington, Barred Rock, Rhode Island Red, Easter Egger, Dark Cornish, Brown Leghorn, & American Gamefowl.

Raising 100% Grass-Fed Black Angus beef in the beautiful Missouri Ozarks. No grain, GMOs, antibiotics, or hormones. Lots of green grass and sunshine, the way beef is supposed to be raised.

www.seaagri.com
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I see a Black Sexlink (black with the gold neck feathers, definitely a pullet), a Barred Rock (black and silver barred, definitely a pullet), and what is probably a hatchery-grade New Hampshire (the light red one, so far looking like a pullet).

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