Any of these a pullet?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by angelcheex, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. angelcheex

    angelcheex Chirping

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    Received some extra silver laced wyandottes with my order and am hoping I have a pullet in the flock. They're both 5 weeks old. Any thoughts?

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  2. ve

    ve Songster 9 Years

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    May be one with pale comb, which is also in front of second picture.
     
  3. ramirezframing

    ramirezframing Crowing

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  4. I say both roosters. I got to SLW and they didn't have any signs of combs when I bought them at 10 weeks old. One is now 20 weeks old with still no comb.
     

  5. angelcheex

    angelcheex Chirping

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    What does x2 mean?
     
  6. x2 means egreeing with the post before. eg: ME: i like cheese
    SOME ONE ELSE: x2 ( meaning - Me to )
    Some one else: x3 etc etc
    Do you get it.lol?
     
  7. angelcheex

    angelcheex Chirping

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    Duh! Sorry, I'm new to this. [​IMG]
     

  8. Sphinx

    Sphinx Songster

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    The one in the back on the second picture is most likely a boy. I feel somewhat confident the other is a girl.
     
  9. angelcheex

    angelcheex Chirping

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    That's what I was thinking as well. The one on the left (lighter comb) also acts different. It doesn't really participate in all the rough housing my roosters do. I hope it's a girl.
     

  10. Accidental Farm

    Accidental Farm In the Brooder

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    The lighter comb may be a sign of a pullet! I would keep an eye on them both. Lovely birds!!
     

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