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I know this is an old thread, but I thought I would share a pic of my half-sider hen. Parents were a Golden Neck d'Uccle and a Brown Red Modern...
"Lacing" is the color that goes around the edge of each feather. Splash is the term for a color variety that is mostly white with some blue...
Late bloomer is a pullet!
He's a rooster.
Do you have pictures of your chickens?
She looks to be a Barred Plymouth Rock. Their legs will fade out after they have been laying for awhile.
I would say with a comb that big and red at that age, it's a rooster.
Interesting! Very pretty birds.
The color is Golden Neck. She looks like a d'Anvers, but she should have a rose comb.
They look like Serama.
It's possible that it's a cockerel. The roosters do develop more slowly. But I wouldn't say for sure at this age.
If it is only 13 weeks, then I would think it is possibly a cockerel. Do you have pics of the other two?
Speckled Sussex pullet
They could be Silkie x something smooth feathered mix. That would explain the dark skin, beard and 5 toes.
Looks like a pullet to me.
Probably not show quality, but you never know. I have a Golden Neck d'Uccle from a hatchery that is nice enough to show. She's not a show winner,...
I agree. We need to know what type comb it has. It could just be the blurry picture, but it looks like a pea comb. If so, it's not an Australorp....
If it is a rooster, it's comb will probably being to turn red in another couple of weeks, three at most.
So cute! Too young to tell gender, sorry.
Sorry, didn't see your second post before I typed. ;)