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I would euthanize. Or vet if you have one. I can't think of a way to fix that at home and as you said, she's in pain.
I think it's a cockerel. 75% sure.
I agree, khaki is male. Males also get one curled feather on their tail. If they sound the same, raspy and quieter than females, then both are...
They are too young to tell.
Sandy looks like a male. I'm not sure about breeds.
Georgia and Sophie look male.
I think this /might/ be a cockerel too. The 6th pic.
That's a male. Not sure what it's mixed with. Is it from tsc? They sell some giant weird looking silkies that often have single combs.
It's never safe to put young chicks in with adult birds that aren't the parent that is currently hatching and raising them. Even the sweetest bird...
Looks like an easter egger pullet.
He is a beautiful cockerel.
3 moms and 7 babies[ATTACH]
I've never had a problem with silkies accepting anyone. I have a bantam pen and that's where I put my done with the heat lamp but not ready to be...
Yes, they are slow developers which is why they can be hard to sex. They take a while to lay eggs too.
I agree with you.
I've raised cornish crosses a few times for meat. The first time I couldn't bring myself to process the hens so I gave them to my sister. She let...
I'd splint it so it's in a natural position instead of curled over. They are resilient when given the chance. She might regain use of it. I...
My hen laid a clutch in February. The tom sat the nest. Meanwhile my hen kept squatting to mate. The eggs failed to hatch, I took the eggs away,...
Confirmed that something went wrong. A couple were clear but most looked to have started, died, and then rotted. :(