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There are also behavioral clues.  The roosters will be fighting each other and doing the mating dance.  The hens should be showing butt feathers as their hips widen.  The hens and roosters also use different sets of vocalizations, although there is some overlap.  At 14 the roosters should be crowing already..

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This is not a Tj's egg. This is a fertile egg from a friend. Unsure of breed. Has a bit of black on one row of feathers

 

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This is the sibling to my last post. Not tjs

Not obvious cockerels yet, but there is still plenty of time. I don't say it's certain until the chicks are completely feathered. Unless a cockerel is blatantly obvious.


Edited by junebuggena - 10/9/16 at 3:14pm
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