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    Bantam Cochin gender

    Aww well I will definitely need you guys help.
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    Bantam Cochin gender

    Danke! I’m located in north GA near Dalton. Here’s a video I took earlier this afternoon.
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    Bantam Cochin gender

    Yeah I just thought of that a few hours ago. BTW your username is so cute. Ah well time to add the sixth roo to my collection. You’ll be hearing from me again soon. I have three naked necks and three silkies that I’ll need help sexing since they’re like the two hardest to tell. Mwahahaha the...
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    Bantam Cochin gender

    I’d like to add that Beanie is a silkie mix....these dang fluff balls are too precious. We currently have a barred rock roo of unknown age, Beanie, about a year and a half, a broiler too who’s still going strong at five months, and a Beanie/Rhode Island red and Barred rock/ Rhode Island Red...
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    Bantam Cochin gender

    Ahh I already have four subordinate roosters heheheh. In my defense I can’t control straight run bins and two hatchings. Annnnd I don’t have the heart to get rid of any of them. I’ve never had any issues between the boys. Hopefully my next batch of Bantams will be more successful and Zulu will...
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    Bantam Cochin gender

    Nope. I’d say it hatched first week of April last week of March. So, that puts it at roughly four and a half five months. I also had two Olive egger cockerels that got red at like month two so that was another head scratcher. Doesn’t do the clucking almost chittering thing my other boys do. It...
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    Bantam Cochin gender

    So, I have my little baby Zulu and her gender’s always kinda elluded me. We bought her around April 8th and always assumed she’s a hen. But her tail never went up like how most hens do and she has a bright red comb. Buuuuut she doesn’t act like a rooster. Plus we have two cockerels that hatched...
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