3 babies hatched by broody hen, pullets or roo? Breeds?

Joannemwit1

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I purchased fertile barnyard mix eggs for my broody hen, she hatched 3 august 27.
Any ideas if pullets or cockerels or breed mixes? The person that I purchased the eggs from said lavender Orpington, blue laced red Wyandot and flower chicken.
gray one has muffs, assuming EE
The red & black has feathered legs- I’m thinking roo
The 3rd one I have no idea, possibly roo?
first time having my broody hatch eggs, she has been a wonderful first time momma.
thanks in advance
 

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JedJackson

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I think they are a bit too young to sex, but the combs are all pretty small, so you may have lucked out and gotten pullets.

The first one looks like an Easter egger cross to me.

The second is a Wyandotte cross. It could have a Brahma as the other parent.

The third doesn't resemble any of the breeds you listed. It may be an olive egger cross. One of the parents had to have had some type of barring.
 

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I think they are a bit too young to sex, but the combs are all pretty small, so you may have lucked out and gotten pullets.

The first one looks like an Easter egger cross to me.

The second is a Wyandotte cross. It could have a Brahma as the other parent.

The third doesn't resemble any of the breeds you listed. It may be an olive egger cross. One of the parents had to have had some type of barring.
The EE is lavender barred, too.
 

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