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(S)he's very young, under a week. When you get flockmates for her, make sure you get bantam ducks, so they're around the same size.
100 percent a pullet. The two distinct layers of wing feathers doesn’t mean much, but long tail feathers doesn’t mean anything either.
Those are older than two months, probably close to four. They look like game hens, so you won’t have many eggs, and the ones you will have are small.
The fact he has a full tail makes me think he's not a pure cochin, but maybe a mix.
Nevermind about the membrane, I didn’t look at it close enough. It might still be able to have an unassisted hatch.
The egg is definitely crushed, but it looks like the membrane wasn’t pierced, so it might be fine to leave. I’m not sure though, hopefully an...
I see a cochin, a cochin mix, and I have no clue about your cockerel.
Take them all to a dark room and hold a flashlight up to each egg, you’ll be able to tell which are rotten.
I don’t see pics either...
The pip looks to be at the wrong end. A better picture would be nice. The pip is supposed to be of at the round end, not quite at the top.
This was a lot better worded than my answer.
Red doesn't necessarily mean cockerel. Look up a black sex link. Oh and also have safesearch on. :lau But your bird is a girl.
They're too rare for anybody to eat. If those eggs are all actually fertile, the hatch rate will still be exponentially low. It's an interesting...
Cochins mature slowly, and it's early for any kind of chick, but right now I say pullet. There's barely any red on it, and the comb isn't very...
Without the heater, that's a maybe. But with it? Your golden.
The one with silkied feathers looks to be a hatchery quality silkie. The feather typing they have is recessive, so it's either a second generation...
Does anyone have any exotic hatching eggs near Stanislas County? I love how Sultans and Houdans look.
Not necessarily an indicator of a roo when it’s that young. It’s impossible to tell without an autosexing breed at this point.