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post #11 of 13
I thought there was one but didnt see it on my phone. A second opinion is alwats reassuring, thanks! I need a rooster to protect from the neighbor cats but just one haha!
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by VanessaM View Post

I am no expert, but to me it looks like one of each. the one with the larger comb being the male. I think I also see the start of saddle feathers....
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When I don't fit in and I don’t feel like I belong anywhere
When I don’t measure up to much in this life
Oh, I’m a treasure in the arms of Christ (forgiven ~ Sanctus real))
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post #13 of 13
I have a silver laced Wyandotte about a week younger than yours. Mine was sexed as a female by the hatchery. Her comb is a LOT smaller and she is rounder and less up right in stance. She never walks up right like yours. By comparison, I would say it's pretty safe to call your laced Wyandotte a Male. My little girls comb is pinking but not red or as large. Hope this helps good luck. HE'S A HANDSOME GUY!
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