9 weeks - hen or rooster?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Joy Cluck Club, Sep 16, 2016.

  1. Joy Cluck Club

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    was wondering if one or two of our chickens are roos.

    The chick on the left is an Katherine, an Amercauna. Anne is on the right. She(?) is a Wyandotte.
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  2. QueenMisha

    QueenMisha Queen of the Coop

    The "Ameraucana" is an Easter Egger, and he is a cockerel. The other looks like a cockerel but I'd need an age to be sure.
     
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  3. Joy Cluck Club

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    We got them on July 10 at ~3 days old. I figure they're about 9 weeks old. Thanks for the reply!
     
  4. QueenMisha

    QueenMisha Queen of the Coop

    Oh, definitely both cockerels then. (Side note, lol, apparently I can't read titles)
     
  5. Joy Cluck Club

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    Shazbot! Oh well. Good to know. Doh!
     
  6. drumstick diva

    drumstick diva Still crazy after all these years. Premium Member

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    both cockerels. Queen Misha I hope you aren't catching "old" germs from me.
     
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  8. Joy Cluck Club

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    In case anyone is curious, the experts here were right. Both roosters.
     
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  9. Swirls76

    Swirls76 Out Of The Brooder

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    Can anyone help me determine whether these two Ameraucanas of mine are roos or hens? They are both about 8-9 weeks. When we bought them from the feed store, we were told they were 89% hens. Based on my research, they look like hens. However, they are both different in color.

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