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Looks like REALLY bad scaly leg mites and perhaps other issues.
Could be Marek’s Disease.
The last bird posted is a cockerel.
I think there is still a chance it might be a pullet. Speckled Sussex sometimes get pink combs early.
Judging by the half-peeping voice and the large comb, I personally think it’s a Old English Game Bantam cockerel.
No, they appear to be blue Old English Game Bantams. (Dutch Bantams are considerably more rare, and would have white earlobes.)
The roosters are more likely to have very large and/or red combs.
Eleven years old.
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They have hen-specific plumage.
I’m fairly certain the first cockerel is a Dutch Bantam (more rare than Old English Game Bantams in the US).
The zip ties around their necks can be very dangerous if they get caught on something.
Crele Old English Game Bantam maybe. And there are lots of bantam breeds without feathered legs.
It’s best to wait until the hen is done raising them. Otherwise both the mother and the chicks will be very upset.