Anyone Know About Barred Plymouth Rocks Please?

thailand

Songster
10 Years
Can someone please confirm or deny my guesses?

Chick 1: Little Rooster
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Chick 2: Pullet
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Chick 3: Rooster
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Chick 4: Pullet???? (Legs have the most grey of them all, right down to end of toes...but....look at the head spot??)
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Thanks so much for looking :)
 

donrae

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No, not Australorps. They won't have a head spot, the head spot means barring.

I think the Aussie standards allow single barred males, though. In the US it's only double barred males and single barred females. If that's the case, you can't rely on the "rules" of barring, cause single barred males look identical to females at this point.
 

thailand

Songster
10 Years
Ok, so no further opinions on these babies? From everything I've read about Barred Plymouth Rock chicks you should be able to tell even at this young age whether or not they're males/females by looking at their head spots and leg coloring. Anyone here know about BPR specifically please?
 

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