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Five of my six Buff Orpingtons at 12 weeks of age. I'm thinking pullets at this point but occasionally I see one or two squabbling and it looks like they poof up their neck/hackle feathers - unsure if the ladies will do this too or if it's a rooster only thing. Will try to get closer pictures of my Australorps as they're more tough for me right now...thanks in advance :)

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I dont think i replied right before so im going to try again.....i believe they are around 9 weeks old.

I'm thinking the one maybe a pullet but the grey one I'm unsure of.

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My suspects roos, they are 4.5 weeks Easter eggers.
At this age can I go by only comb color only?

There does appear to be 4 cockerels.

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My 6.5 week old EE


Beautiful pullet!

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Can you tell if these Welsummers are hens or roosters?  They are 11 weeks

 

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Thank you!

cockerels

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10 week black Australorps male?? Female??

Cockerels

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Of the Australorps, the BA (also 12 weeks) on the far right is the most convincing as a rooster to me at this point. (As an aside - how much merit do you put into tail position? A couple of the BAs carry their tails very upright which makes me think more rooster vs. pullet.)

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Hello, first time chicken owner. This gang is about 6 weeks. I think they are silver duckwing OEGB
. When they were chicks, they looked almost identical, but 3 of them had a more distinctive and sharper pattern. Now they have large dark combs. Im assuming they're little roos, but wanted a second opinion.

3 cockerels 2 pullets

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Edited by Chicken Girl1 - 5/25/16 at 11:23am

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Ok, so I think I got some decent pictures of my...... Hopefully ladies! There are 4 different one there.

To young to say for sure but I'm thinking pullets.

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