@kerrialexander. Hm, not too sure. I’d say pullet from the lack of comb and wattle development but looking at the tail I’m not 100%. Feel free to send another photo in a few weeks time =)
@Eyehartephotography. Looks like Corey is a cockerel!
@afieldssnowyegger. Currently Fluffy isn’t looking...
@TheOddOneOut. His feet and legs are large which is a sign that he’s a boy. Also, the head of a pullet tends to be quite slight and your chick looks to have a more rounded head :)
@chicklove14. much too small for me to tell at the moment! Maybe send photos in a few weeks? =)
@TheOddOneOut. Probably a boy!
@Rachmaginger. Yep those are both cockerels.
Polish - Pullet
NN - Cockerel
Barred Rock - Cockerel
Looking like they’re all cockerels so far - eek!
So far I’d say:
@tizabel_. 2 weeks is a bit too young to tell, especially with Orpingtons as they are a slower maturing breed. I’m not sure how to feather sex but will happily look at some photos in a few weeks time :)
Phoenix - Pullet
Datson - Cockerel
Dishy - Can’t see the body but from head...
@Rachmaginger. Definitely a cockerel with that big comb, and a handsome one too!
@FarmerSeth. I’m leaning towards cockerel due to the head shape and big feet. Some chicks develop much quicker than others which can make sexing them a little more difficult haha.
Looking like a cockerel to me. The comb and wattles are quite red for an 8 week old chick =)
Sebright - leaning towards cockerel
EE - pullet (possibly)
WTB - a little early to tell but comb is already getting red so may be boy
Feel free to send more photos in a few...
I have an interesting question...and it’s about creating a new chicken variety.
My mother and I are both chicken fanatics and do a lot of breeding + selling. One of the breeds we do is the Sussex and have about 5 varieties so far. We are both now interested to know how one would go...