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They look like sex-links to me.
I don't see any roo feathers. I think you have a beautiful pullet there. [IMG]
I just use sand and scoop it like kitty litter.
Looks like a pullet to me. [IMG]
Pretty little pullet! [IMG]
I think your guesses are correct. Cuties too. [IMG]
The chest definitely indicates silver laced wyandotte, but the comb and other coloring are from another breed. My guess would be the welsummer....
Definitely splash, and a cute little thing. I think it might be bearded, but that will take a while to fill in (from my experience). [IMG]
Lahnee looks like your only roo. Loelah appears to be younger than your others, that's all. [IMG] Cuties all around.
Looks like a mean little pullet to me. I would probably cull (sorry [IMG]).
I've never heard of the rubber chips either, but I would highly recommend sand.
Just chiming in to agree. I think they're girls. [IMG]
A comb that size and that color in such a young chicks says roo to me. Looks like a mix... of what I have no idea. [IMG]
According to the 4sq. ft. per bird recommendation, an 8X8 can house up to 18, so your 15 will use quite a bit of your available space anyway. They...
That's a bit under 4.5 acres.
I think that "N" and "L" are your roos. The other 2 look like pullets.
I am guessing a pullet and a roo, respectively. Mixed breeds are tough.
It is a bit common, especially in hatchery birds, to get an occasional single comb. I believe the first one is a pullet anyway. If you could show...