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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Deleon98, May 14, 2016.
It's the Welsummer or Leghorn (can't tell which at this point in time) that the chest coloring is important. One of the Wyandottes has a very red comb for a chick that is still mostly covered in down.
What do the chest feathers say? Do you need one for the leghorn/welsumer?
For the Leghorn/Welsummer chick, the color of the chest feathers will tell you gender. Just go look up a few photos of both the rooster and the hens. You'll see how different they are.
Those look just like my silver laced wyandottes- they will be pretty when they grow up!
Ok is it hard to tell if she still has down?
Sooo cute how old are they? Idk how old mine are i think theyre about 2 or 3 weeks
From the photos, it looks like there are enough feathering on the chest to at least indicate one way or another, pullet or cockerel.
So i looked it up and it said that males have dark chest feathers that correct right?
Black chest = male, yes.
So how about a pic?