8 week Ideal Easter Egger. Cockerel or pullet?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by RUNuts, Jul 14, 2018.

  1. RUNuts

    RUNuts Free Ranging

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    IMG_4041.JPG IMG_4042.JPG IMG_4051.JPG IMG_4056.JPG IMG_4057.JPG IMG_4059.JPG IMG_4056.JPG Cockerel or pullet? First one is 'yellow'. Second is 'big cheeks'
     

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  2. Brahma Chicken5000

    Brahma Chicken5000 Araucana Addict

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    Both are pullets.
     
  3. Texas Kiki

    Texas Kiki Egg Pusher

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    I can't stop laughing.
    Sorry.

    I have no idea.
     
  4. RUNuts

    RUNuts Free Ranging

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    @KikisGirls you ARE fast girl! Editing and you already liked it. Wow.

    These are the ones with the most red. I'm curious.
     
  5. RUNuts

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    Thank you and :thumbsup
     
  6. Texas Kiki

    Texas Kiki Egg Pusher

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    @junebuggena is very good with EE sexing.
    I'm afraid poor yellow might just lay eggs. :(
     
  7. RUNuts

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    We never heard back from @Ursuline Chick about eating chick feed AND she's homing cockerels. I'm guessing she doesn't want to discuss it.
     
  8. Texas Kiki

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    He is crowing already.
     
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  10. JedJackson

    JedJackson Crossing the Road

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    The first one is definitely a pullet. On the second one, I am a little concerned by the patchiness of the color pattern. Otherwise it, too, looks like a pullet. Keep your eye on it, though.
     

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