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Originally Posted by cawodh8083 View Post


How about this one? 5 week old blue Wyandotte

I'm thinking cockerel

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post #472 of 5879
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Originally Posted by oakleyguy89 View Post
 

Okay now that I found out my barred rocks were cockerels instead, I am now second guessing my so called "pullet" silver lace wyandottes. What do you guys think?

 

They look like pullets, beautiful birds!

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post #473 of 5879
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Originally Posted by SaddleFeather84 View Post

All of mine are about 7 weeks old

RIR #1



BO#1


EE#1


BO#2


BR#1


EE#2



RIR#2


These may not be the best angles but it's all I could get by myself.

They look like pullets so far, but keep us updated!

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post #474 of 5879
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Originally Posted by RaisingRaptors View Post

Two weeks older, so here we go...

Abby, 4-5wk Easter egger




Sprinkles, 5-6wk Easter egger



Bambi, 5-6wk Easter Egger


Cookie, 4-5wk Easter egger

To young to say for sure but Abby, Sprinkles, and maybe Cookie look like possible cockerels, please update us in another week or two.

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post #475 of 5879
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Originally Posted by lclark View Post


I see pullets. Keep an eye on tigerlily...looking a little roo-ish

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post #476 of 5879
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Originally Posted by RaisingRaptors View Post

Last one...

Strawberry, 7-8wk Rhode Island Red
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Could you get better photos, I think you may have a pullet.

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post #477 of 5879
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Originally Posted by ahodgen View Post


to young to say for sure but it isn't looking like an obvious cockerel yet. Please keep us updated.

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post #478 of 5879
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Originally Posted by Boo the Chicken View Post

I just got this little one today and it is 5 months old and I am hoping that it is a hen but just to be sure

:welcome

Looks like a Red sex-link Hen!

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post #479 of 5879
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Originally Posted by oakleyguy89 View Post

Hey guys this is my first time on BYC and I have two barred rocks pullets that I got from a local C-A-L ranch store. Well they are around 16 weeks and I noticed this morning that one of them were crowing. Here's the culprit, can you tell if it's a he or a she?

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Originally Posted by hungry hunter View Post

This is Twitchy, our Polish mix bantam. 7-8 weeks old. I'm thinking it's a boy, but the strange comb (and my lack of experience w/Polish or bantams) is throwing me off.

I apologize for the poor quality picture, but it's the first time in 4 weeks I've been able to get a hold of the chick. I had to to catch several of them after a jailbreak this afternoon.
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Could you get a full body picture?


I'll try. Taking a picture of this bird is challenging, to say the least...

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