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Quote:Looks like a pullet to me. My cockerels had pronounced combs.

 

Originally Posted by dnitzman View Post
 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some updated pictures of my Black Autralorp.  We are approaching 19 weeks without any crowing.  When I look at the feathers I think I see pointed feathers, so thinking it is a rooster, but since there isn't crowing yet still hoping.

 

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Here are some updated pictures of my Black Autralorp.  We are approaching 19 weeks without any crowing.  When I look at the feathers I think I see pointed feathers, so thinking it is a rooster, but since there isn't crowing yet still hoping.

 

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Originally Posted by dnitzman View Post
 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some updated pictures of my Black Autralorp.  We are approaching 19 weeks without any crowing.  When I look at the feathers I think I see pointed feathers, so thinking it is a rooster, but since there isn't crowing yet still hoping.

 

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Originally Posted by dnitzman View Post
 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some updated pictures of my Black Autralorp.  We are approaching 19 weeks without any crowing.  When I look at the feathers I think I see pointed feathers, so thinking it is a rooster, but since there isn't crowing yet still hoping.

Do no harm...............
Breeders in......Black Copper Marans,Light Sussex, Delawares, , B/B/S Ameraucanas, American Orps in Black & Blue & Buffs, Brown Leghorns for some white eggs....LOL, my son's Red Shoulder Yokohamas, Shamos & Red Lady Amherst Pheasants.

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Do no harm...............
Breeders in......Black Copper Marans,Light Sussex, Delawares, , B/B/S Ameraucanas, American Orps in Black & Blue & Buffs, Brown Leghorns for some white eggs....LOL, my son's Red Shoulder Yokohamas, Shamos & Red Lady Amherst Pheasants.

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Originally Posted by sewandgrow View Post
 

Quote:Looks like a pullet to me. My cockerels had pronounced combs.

 

 

 

 

I agree. At 19 weeks old the comb and wattles should be a lot bigger. There is something odd about the feathers but they may just be odd feathers.

 

@dnitzman

 

Do not give up hope yet!

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Please add me, residence is in Mission Viejo, currently visiting Big Bear lake..

 

Thank you .

 

Eva

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Hello, would anyone happen to know where i could get duck/chicken/geese eggs that come from animals that are not fed grains, that roam freely and eat bugs and grass, worms , scraps of veggies and potatoes?

 

I do not know yet if millet or gluten free oat feed could be possible.

 

My son has grain, corn, soy, wheat, nut allergies.

 

Any sources would be helpful. Thank you.

 

Eva

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Hello all!  My name is Stacey and I am a new chickie baby mama :-)  I live in Northern Cali - Oakland, CA.  I have a Barred Rock, Buff Orpington and a Delaware.  My babies are (supposedly) 27 days old.  I say that because they are so advanced and big!  

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Hello all!  My name is Stacey and I am a new chickie baby mama :-)  I live in Northern Cali - Oakland, CA.  I have a Barred Rock, Buff Orpington and a Delaware.  My babies are (supposedly) 27 days old.  I say that because they are so advanced and big!  

Hi Stacey!

 

The Northern CA thread has a lot more people on it.

 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/t/25/california-northern/65040#post_16799707

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I'm not sure which thread would be the appropriate one for trying to reach folks around Cutler, CA so I may have to post in both. Anywho my family asked me to help them locate about 4 laying or POL hens nearby that they could pick up locally. Not terribly worried about breed, even barnyard mixes would be fine. They just want to raise chickens for their own fresh eggs. They don't have Internet out on the ranch, that's why I'm helping them all the way from NC ;)Thank you everyone!
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Mother of 4 kiddos, 3 dogs (1 shepard, 2 huskies), 5 bunnies, and a whole lot of chickens! Second year of raising them and we love them and their eggs!
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