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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Everett, Oct 21, 2013.
Both appear to be roosters.
I see a pair--male on top, female on bottom. It's not a cross that sounded too appealing when I read the title, but I'm liking that hen!
Welll............enlarging the pic, not so positive the second bird is female. I think I'm seeing some hackle and saddle feathers starting there, and those are some thick ol legs. Sorry.
Both birds look like roosters. The second one isn't as developed as the first, but I see pointy hackles and some saddle feathers.
The top bird is definitely a cockerel. I'm about 85% on the second bird being a cockerel also.
I agree with the above posts, both of them are roosters.
Thanks for the feedback. Has anyone had success keeping 3 roosters in a small flock?
Sometimes it will work if the roos are raised together..................but is way to hard on the hens with the constant mating..................
Everett: how many hens do you have?
We only have four hens. I'm trying to look at this problem differently now. Maybe it's not too many roosters, but too few hens.