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I agree that your WR and CM are males. They have HUGE legs.
If these are purebred, I am not familiar with a rose-combed chicken in these colors.
They are not australorps. You'll need to look for rose-combed breeds.
Those are hatchery Delaware chickens rooster over hen.
Please, you guys.
These bumps have been present for a few weeks but are becoming bigger and spreading slowly. The young turkeys have been living with their hatch...
Those ar both black sex links.
Olivia is probably Easter egger and Polish mix. Araucanas are quite rare and difficult to find. Blue eggs have the same nutrition as any other...
I'd say blue. Most likely a mixed color.
He may be a type of Crele old English game bantam.
This little rooster is what some folks call a Sizzle which is a Cochin/Silkie cross.
Depending on the type of comb, I'd guess silver laced wyandotte, cockerel.
White leghorn hen. She will get an even bigger comb that may flop over.
Wyandotte and some other feather-legged chicken. Feathered legs/feet is a dominant trait and if either parent has feathered legs/feet, then their...
Hackles are the feathers at the base of there necks near the shoulders. Males will have long, pointy, slender ones and females have shorter,...
Almost certain the blue is male and the white is female.
They do appear the be Wyandottes but definitely not BLRW, maybe BBS (blue black splash). Those are both hens.
Your first picture is fertile and the second is not. Also, the 3 chickens in your photo are girls
Yep. A rooster.