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Amber link help gendering

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This is the first time I've ever had chickens and I'm curious as to what their genders are, if you can help I would really appreciate it, I can also take better pictures tomorrow if needed (: .

Thank you very much
Ainanase
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They are almost six weeks old and from what I gather there are maybe two roos and two hens? but Im not sure...

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Amberlinks are sexable by feather development. Pullets are fast feathering, and cockerels are slow feathering.

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good to know

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Here are better pictures of the 5 chicks, they are 6 and close to half a week old. Hopefully It will be easier for some of you to help, I would really appreciate it!

Thank you very much

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