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Hi! This might be a crazy question but I have 3 baby black Australorps, about 2 weeks old. I hope they are all pullets and I know it is too early to tell but is there a correlation with their sex and the noises they make???
I watch them a lot and one is a bit wilder than the other two (more active and eats a lot). When it eats it sings a unique song like "tweet tweet - tweedle" repeated over and over. This makes me think it is a rooster because I have an adult rooster and he makes the typical rooster noises when finding treats for his girls. Just wondering if anyone has noticed this funny song with their chicks? And if behavior/songs relate to sexing.
5 hens + 1 Roo: Black Betty (BA), Pokey (BA), Bradley Cooper (GLW), Buffy (BO), Ruby, and Big Red (RIRs).
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5 hens + 1 Roo: Black Betty (BA), Pokey (BA), Bradley Cooper (GLW), Buffy (BO), Ruby, and Big Red (RIRs).
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