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Americauna gender?

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5 weeks Splash (white) and Blue (grey)









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Too young to be sure. Ameraucana can be a bit slower to mature. Try posting again at 8 weeks.

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The splash looks like a pullet but the blue is pinging my roo-dar. it's still early, but that's my guess for now. Agree to repost around 8ish weeks. 

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Rachel BB

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Yeah, I am thinking the same - white is girl, gray is boy. Especially if you see them together. They are from the same hatch and the gray one is getting quite a bit taller and thicker legged. I will keep them both a few weeks and see..

 

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