1st time Easter egger owner

Cassy8604

In the Brooder
Jun 26, 2019
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My cousin recently give me five Easter egger and I'm new to the whole chicken thing. I've tried reading up one how to tell a hen from a roo, but in all honesty I'm more confused then ever. Can some one please share their opinion about what sex my chickens are? Any other tips would also
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be appreciated sorry about all the pictures
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Chicka_deee

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The grey with some brown and red one looks like a cockerel, all others look like pullets, maybe some more pic of the combs would definitely help identify what sex they are, especially the one that might be a cockerel (grey with brown/red)
 

Rietta

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One way to tell, depending on how old they are.. hens combs stay small and do not turn red until after the roosters. The saddle feathers of the rooster will be pointed, hen rounded. Two of these Ameraucana are rooster, one (darker) is a hen about 5-6 months. EE and Ameraucana tend to start laying eggs later than the average chicken.
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cstephens1987

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how old are your chickens?

I see two possible cockerels... but I think I also have pic overload.
Ditto. It's hard to tell from these pics. They're all flushed from being caught and or blurry and running around. The white one is a pullet. The red white and blue one in the last picture with the semi Columbian hackles is a cockerel. The blue and red one looks like it as well. But I can't tell a thing from these pictures
 

Cassy8604

In the Brooder
Jun 26, 2019
11
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Northern California
Ditto. It's hard to tell from these pics. They're all flushed from being caught and or blurry and running around. The white one is a pullet. The red white and blue one in the last picture with the semi Columbian hackles is a cockerel. The blue and red one looks like it as well. But I can't tell a thing from these pictures
I'm going to try and take better pictures today
 

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