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I just hatched my first BPB from fertilized eggs purchased from Chicken Hill Poultry. I only have six, but I am really interested in getting to know more about this breed. They are only about 3 weeks old. I am already trying to guess if they are hens or roos. Any tips on how to tell. Is it too early to be guessing?

 

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Have you tried over on the "What breed or gender is this?" forum? It might be a couple weeks too soon to tell, but someone over there may be willing to take a guess.

 

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I just hatched my first BPB from fertilized eggs purchased from Chicken Hill Poultry. I only have six, but I am really interested in getting to know more about this breed. They are only about 3 weeks old. I am already trying to guess if they are hens or roos. Any tips on how to tell. Is it too early to be guessing?










I bought a dozen from chicken hill! Any updates pics?
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