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Nothing says cockerel at this point to me
Sorry sex link barring kind of seals the deal
They're kind of a mutt so it's hard to really say as it's not a specific breed per se. I've heard they can be on the flighty side and young...
Yeah that's definitely not an slw. It's an Easter Egger Pullet. Often sold as "Americana". And yeah it's spelled Wyandotte
Yeah cockerel for sure
Easter Egger pullets. Caramel looks like a couple I have
Yes but splash wheaten aren't recognized so you don't see a lot of them easily online.
Looks more like birchen American game
Yes, the bottoms
Is the RIR your only roo?
My last blrw chick was able to squeeze through the tiniest holes somehow. Found it in my dogs mouth after about 20 minutes of searching. Dog is...
Looks like some kind of black Sumatra Andalusian cross or something. Idk. Can you get a good comb pic of him?
How old is he?
In fairness though a lot of the time I find it really hard to wrap my head around the clear difference in WBS as most breed standards just show...
It is an Easter Egger and no it is not exactly the right color, but it is pretty close to splash wheaten if you go Google around for splash...
White cockerels with leaky hackles and saddles (and often wing bars) are indicative of the sex link crossing. A red or buff rooster will be put...
Talking about @Peppercorngal 's lucille. Yours looks like a Pullet
That's pretty typical of adolescent males testing their voices. Especially if there's another male around that may be perceived as the dominant...
Wyandottes get their comb early and have sex specific patterning. The even lacing and coloring throughout the body and wings says Pullet.