This years crop includes what should be a white Yokahama picked out by my son. It was the only one left Its a little bit older chick, I would say about two weeks as it is getting some long feathers already. Any suggestions as to what to look for aside from comb as it is getting older? Do they feather differently or at a different rate? I have never had one before and this chick has such long feathers already! I would hate for it to a rooster since my 3 yr old picked it out. We dont keep roosters and his last chick he picked out and last turkey ended up being boys. I should have learned my lesson and let him select from the pullets! Thanks!
edited to add- You know, I am not sure what varieties of yokohamas are out there. I was told this should be one, and it appears it is but there is a chance it is something else. Also, is there a way to tell if they will be white or red shouldered?
Edited by skylarms - 5/6/12 at 11:24pm