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And just for reassurance. Nynaeve is still a pullet, right?
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And just for reassurance. Nynaeve is still a pullet, right?

Too young to say with certainty. Not for sure pullet, but not an obvious cockerel either.

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7/8 week OE. Can you tell yet?
Edited by chabiny - 4/21/17 at 5:17pm
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Here is my chick. 6 week GLW. Thanks in advance!
Elizabeth




Definitely a cockerel

-Jet
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bought these Golden Comet chicks today from feed store. Said 99 percent sexed as pullets but just wanted to be sure pullets if you could tell? 

Those are all pullets for sure

-Jet
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Too young to say with certainty. Not for sure pullet, but not an obvious cockerel either.

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 Some Icelandic's, i  need help with sexing  

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Sorry but we need close-ups. You can't see the chicks properly from that distance. Please post some closer pics.

 

 

-Jet

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4.5 week old Leghorn. I keep flip-flopping. Help? Lol


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4.5 week old Leghorn. I keep flip-flopping. Help? Lol



Probably pullet. The males tend to mature very early and most would have red color by now.
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