55 flowery chickens

Cs460

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these chicks can supposedly be sexed at birth based on color. Our last couple hatches we were able to distinguish. These guys not so much! There is one obvious rooster and the other 3 look like none of our prior babies! Anyone with breed experience have some say?
 

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I’ve never heard of this breed before but upon searching it up, I found this: Day old male chicks are easily distinguished by the blonde down on the backs of their heads. Adult males are primarily white and the females are very well colored with a beautiful spotted pattern (flowers if you will).

From that, it looks to me that you have 3 cockerels, 1 pullet. But it’ll be interesting to see what others say.
 

Cs460

Hatching
Jun 3, 2020
7
2
8
I’ve never heard of this breed before but upon searching it up, I found this: Day old male chicks are easily distinguished by the blonde down on the backs of their heads. Adult males are primarily white and the females are very well colored with a beautifil spotted pattern (flowers if you will).

From that, it looks to me that you have 3 cockerels, 1 pullet. But it’ll be interesting to see what others say.

Thats what I've been thinking :/ we have many adults they are great birds and this is our 3rd hatch ! Our other two were much easier to tell, pic from prior hatch
 

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