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Yeah, I'm starting to think the female may be just blue.
I keep posting on here, and i really appreciate all your help. I'm here again, this time questioning my Lemon Blues. I ordered 2 Lemon Blue OEGBs,...
I ordered 2 Golden Neck OEGB chicks. 1 is a cockerel, and 1 is a pullet. The cockerel is really dark, with gold all over, kind of what i would...
Yes, the black and white one is a cockerel, and the rest are pullets.
Yeah, if you do it, only nip the tips. I once tried cutting off maybe half of it, and that was a bad idea. It ended up hurting the rooster...
Yes. Silkies are slow developing, that is why it's best to wait. The single comb is just a genetic fluke that happens a lot at hatcheries. You...
I don't know....could be. It was a while ago now, and i don't want to try and hunt down the thread.
Yes, usually the sexing guarantee is 80-90%.
Usually you hear most people just calling male birds roosters, but the correct terms are:
Yes, that can happen. I precisely remember a thread on here where they either got a chick from a hatchery or a feed store and it was colored just...
It is frustrating. I've ordered from Ideal twice before, and the only problem I've had was a sexing fluke once, which could happen anytime. I've...
Gold Laced Wyandottes
Too young. Post pics of the comb at 7-8 weeks.
Here's what the males look like of that breed:
notice how the chick only have red in the wing? None on the head or neck.
#2 is an early cockerel. The rest are too young. Post pics of the comb, crest, and saddle at 12 weeks.
Could you get a close-up of the comb?
Too young. Post pics of the comb, crest, and saddle at 12 weeks.
They are too young to sex. Post pics of their combs at 6 weeks.