Originally Posted by Alexandra33
It's doing a little better today, so hopefully all is well.
Thank you so much! He/she is my evil little Piranha; so adorable.
Yeah, I'm really enjoying all of my d'Uccles, Porcelain and Mille Fleur. Their personalities are superb!
Your babies are soooooooo cute.
Is that a Sebright in one of the pictures? I guess time will tell the genders of our babies, since it's pretty early to know for sure at this point. At the moment, I'm not seeing anything that screams cockerel on your SSH.
Uh-oh, if your Salmon Faverolles is looking kind of like a male to you, mine are even more likely to be cockerels. They both have black feathers coming in on their wings, which isn't a good sign. -Alex
That's good to hear!
Haha, yep. They are halarious! Mine is constantly trying to fly and always runs after others, it's pretty funny!
Yes that's a sebright, that one seems to have the most dominant personality, and for such a little one it's pretty funny to watch it stand up to me and the other bigger chicks.
Yes. One of my blue Cochins when it was only 6 weeks old, it started to get some red combs and waddles, but it eneded up turning out to be a female! She's now laying eggs, it was kinda weird how that worked out.
The SSH has been standing up to me and has a bit of a comb, that picture isn't really good, but it could be a female. I guess I'm kinda over worrying them being cockerels.
I'll just have to wait until they are a bit older.
Oh no that's not good. Mine does have some white and black feathers, but I don't know if that's how they come out at first. My other salmon Favorelle had bits of black with her coming in feathers when she was a chick. I know you can color sex the breed, but I'm not sure when you can know for sure.@chicken4prez
Maples very pretty! Your right, she does look like she is "partly salmon Favorelle". Im thinking she is a mix between that and Americuana, but I could be wrong.