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I get way over attached too!
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[IMG] well we are almost to 8 weeks - a little more comb but not much. Still a pullet?
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sorry couldn't figure out how to do it in one post
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Originally Posted by Jetblack2004 View Post


He looks like a cockerel I'm afraid.

I'm pretty sure you were right.  Wren's comb has gotten slightly bigger and redder, but not by much, but 'he' is developing shiny back and saddle feathers, so almost positive he's a boy. 

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. 14 weeks - pullet or roo?
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. 14 weeks - pullet or roo?

I do believe it to be a rooster but I am not an expert! Trying to see about my own Lavender chicks that are 4 weeks old so jumping in here to see if anyone here can help? 

Sorry for the blurry pictures they are hard to photograph! Trying to show their combs the best, whatever they are they seem to be the same in comb and leg size at this point so two roos or two pullets? 

 

 

 

 

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What did these end up being? I have one which er still don't know if it's a roo or pullet. No crowing, not sure if laying. The roos we have dance around the lavender, and sometimes grab at the tail, but the lavender is much bigger i think they're afraid of it lol. We've had ours since September, we were told it was around 3.5 months old then, so it should be crowing by now if it were a roo, don't ya think? As soon as i get a good picture, I'll post it.
Edited by ngbbandi - 1/25/17 at 7:16am
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