15 week old mutt

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by endrit, Oct 20, 2019.

  1. endrit

    endrit Chirping

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    15 week old chick mutt received_600506020487143.jpeg received_729509854193451.jpeg received_540190380125264.jpeg received_391689931718568.jpeg pullet or cockerel
     
  2. featheredplanets

    featheredplanets Crowing

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    He’s a cockerel.
     
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  3. chrissynemetz

    chrissynemetz Crossing the Road

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    I agree, he looks like a cockerel
     
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  4. Josip

    Josip Songster

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    Cockerel
     
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  5. Frazzemrat1

    Frazzemrat1 Free Ranging

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    he's a cockerel. He's got the rooster red rust colored wing bars, and he already has male specific saddle feathers. All male, that one.
     
  6. Acre4Me

    Acre4Me Crowing

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    The good thing to waiting until 15 weeks to determine gender, is that you for sure know he’s a cockerel! Has he crowed yet?
     
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  7. Ted_Harrell

    Ted_Harrell Songster

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    Maybe he just couldn't find the right words to say :confused:
     
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  8. Duckfarmer1

    Duckfarmer1 Songster

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  9. Ted_Harrell

    Ted_Harrell Songster

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    X2 on the pretty coloring..
     
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  10. Ted_Harrell

    Ted_Harrell Songster

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    Two of the easter eggers I used to own had the same coloring on their heads but the coloring continued all the way down their bodies with the same white black penciling. Very pretty birds..
     

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