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I bought this chick from a breeder. 5 1/2 week old BA. Is she a pullet or is he a roo? Just want to double check as he was a bit unsure himself.
This is a better pic of chick#3
ok so at 4 weeks old they started to show more signs of colour and size. Their characteristics are extremely different chicken#2 is a lot more...
Our 2 4 week old australorps not sure of gender just yet, 1st one were sure its a roo but the 2nd one were not sure about hoping a...
Sorry the first chick is the one I'm not sure about its the smallest out of the australorps
100% male a lot smaller but different breed
Ok so only 4 days older than the previous photos and they've changed heaps already! This black chick in the photo is different to the other 2 it's...
What gender do you think the black ones are? Would it be hard to tell if they are jersey giants at 3 weeks due to their size???
Ahhh ok thanks for the advice
Yeh it's right at the tail my grandma said the other day that she thought if they had it its a male generally it's an external bump all 3 have it...
When a chick has a small bump on the end of its body does that mean its a male?
My 2 black australorps look exactly the same mine are 3 weeks today. How old are they here? I'm thinking mine are all males but they could be big...
Chick 1 Larger black one, I know it's a male but breed?
Chick 2 smaller black I'm not 100% on gender it's very timid and sketchy...
Thanks! They're a handful lol
thanks for the advice yeh the smaller black chick I think might be a hen coz the comb hasn't grown let alone to the size of the other black one....
Thanks heaps for that! Their temperament was starting to show last week. The large black one stands right up and bullies the other 2. The other...
For their size do you think I can post in there now? lol
Nope they will be 3 weeks on Tuesday. I thought it was the breed that may have been the reason for the feather
We would be gutted if all 3 were roosters. The large black one is hands down a male but the other 2 I thought maybe their breed was why they are...