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Afraid my 3 week old bantam is a Roo

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:welcome  glad you have joined us.

 

Sorry I know nothing about Bantams, but for most breeds 3 weeks is too early to decide.

 

I would suggest you post the pic and question on "what breed, gender" forum and maybe some one with experience can help.

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Hi and welcome to BYC - you have some great advice already so I'll just say hello!

 

All the best

CT

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Why do you think he is a roo so early?  Do you have other chicks to compare with him?

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Welcome to BYC! I'm glad you joined us! :)

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A roo?  Hard for me to tell in that picture.

Not quite old enough to be sure for me.

But if I had to guess, it's either a roo or a

hen.

 

But since you done went and joined up, why

not give that little chicken a chance to grow a 

might more. Say another month or so. Then we'll

all guess again.

 

Meanwhile, why not run around the fourms here

and check things out?

 

Spook

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Need better picture of it's comb/head, back, tail area....At this point looks pullet but give us another pic in 2wks.

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