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Light Brahma Pullets!
I see three cockerels. Can't say anything about breed except the more obvious ones. I'm typically rubbish at that.
Yeah. Now that I look closer, I'm pretty sure it's a buff rock
Buff Orpington: Pink white feet, single comb
Buff Rock: Yellow feet
Buff Chantecler: Cushion Comb
Yup. I think you're correct on that cockerel. I don't think they can be sexed by pattern or color though
Hope you enjoy him! Is he going to be a house chicken?
I've been creeping but..
what a pretty bird! I love the pattern!
Sometimes there's a hormone imbalance that causes hens to develop roo-ish looks and behavior. I'm not a expert on this, so I'll be learning right...
Yup. I say they're boys too. They're so adorable! I would love roos but they're not allowed in my area so I'm hoping to get a permit!
Maybe the black one and first white one.
Yeah. I'm going by comb and sometimes posture. They seem a bit young right now, so I would hold out for longer. Sometimes they pull the...
It looks like a cockerel to me, but it's somewhat harder to sex orpingtons. It's probably best to wait it out. I would cry if I had to give a...
Too young to tell
1 and 6 pullets.
Then I'd imagine they'd be digested when they pass through, as long as they got grit. So it looks like worms to me.
Treat all the birds just in...
Sorry for the loss :hit
Good luck with the other chicks
It doesn't really matter. Just mix it in with water.
I have some snapdragons. What are the benefits?
I'm not a expert with ducks, but you're always running the risk of disease when introducing new flock members. Keep her alone for a while to watch...