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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by RiddleMe, Jun 6, 2011.
I'd say 2 roo's, however the darker one has the possibility of being a pullet
i think they are both roos. Mine are 6 weeks and my roo has similiar coloring to your lighter one.
here are my 2 6 week old roos:
this is what the group of ee's look like so you can see the difference in comb/coloring, etc.
Quote:Can you expand on the description of vertical rows of bumps?
Both are roos. EEs have pea combs, and the roos will start showing three distinct rows on their comb very early. Pullets will not redden their combs until about 8 to 12 weeks, and you almost never can count three distinct rows of bumps on them.
Also, the coloring is roo on both.
Sorry if that's bad news
Quote:I'm actually ok with them both being roos. Not ideal, as now I'll probably have to find one a home. But I'll grow them out and see which one is nicer first. And since I will have more eggs than I know what to do with when my girls do start to lay...
is my black chicken a too or a hen. It a americana with some feathers down the legs. And is the my blue a too.
My one week EE has a teeny tiny amount of pink already. Bad sign? Roo in the making?
It's tiny but it's a tad pink
Does it have one row or three rows.
I think 3 but from zooming in it looks like only the middle one is getting big.
I know they're so young I just don't want roosters in the city!
I would say Hen. I did some reading on them. And looked at few in-person.