3 week old barnyard mixes. Male or female?

AtlantisPeeps

Songster
5 Years
May 19, 2014
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I have a dozen barnyard mixes that I would love some help from you experts on sexing! They are about 3 weeks old. I attempted to get clear shots of them all, so I apologize if some of them are blurry. These babies will not sit still!
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Chick 1- (Buff Orpington X Red Sex Link)
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Chick 2- (Buff Orpington X Red Sex Link)
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Chick 3- (Buff Orpington X Red Sex Link)
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Chick 4- (White Cochin X Red Sex Link)
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Chick 5- (Lavender Orp X Red Sex Link)
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Chick 6- EE X Red Sex Link (Sorry about the blue on him. He got his tail feathers pecked out by the others so I moved him to a seperate encloser. He somehow managed to get out and got grazed by the dogs tooth on his shoulder. I used blue kote to fix him up and he's healed now, but still blue!)
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Chick 7- (Lavender Orp X Red Sex Link)
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Chick 8- (Black Cochin Bantam X Dominique)
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Chick 9- (Black Cochin Bantam X Dominique)
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Chick 10-Black Cochin Bantam X Dominique)
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Chick 11-Black Cochin Bantam X Dominique)
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Chick 12-Black Cochin Bantam X Dominique)
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Gray Farms

Conserve Heritage Breed Livestock
5 Years
Apr 11, 2016
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5 weeks and over would be much more accurate to confirm. 1,2,3,4,5,7,10,11,12 look to be cockerels to me. 6,8,9, look to be pullets.
 

Finnie

Crowing
6 Years
Oct 27, 2014
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I think 2,3,4, and 5 are cockerels, 8,9 and 12 might be pullets, and 1,6,7,10,&11 are too young to say. Their combs aren't super big yet, but they could be in another week or two.
 

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