Are my easter eggers all girls?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by MetalFarm, Jul 30, 2014.

  1. MetalFarm

    MetalFarm Chirping

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    We were hoping to have at least one boy but I'm thinking they're all girls. Before I go look at a roo this afternoon that's the same age I was hoping for confirmation that these 4 are pullets. They all have the same (very small) combs. Some are a bit pinker than others. Any guesses? Thanks!!
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  2. MetalFarm

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  4. fshinggrl

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    I'd be a bit suspicious of that red one you have.
     
  5. MetalFarm

    MetalFarm Chirping

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    Someone else said that about the red one. She's the least suspicious other than the color. I'll go snap a better pic thanks
     

  6. MetalFarm

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    Here's a better picture. Not much red.
     
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  8. fshinggrl

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    They are all gorgeous! How old are they?
     
  9. MetalFarm

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    Thanks! They're just over 14 weeks.

    All girls you think?
     

  10. fshinggrl

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    If you have no suspicions of the red one, then I think they are all girls. My two EE cockerels are 14 weeks old now and it is obvious! Wish I could give you one of mine... if you want a rooster! Ha!
     

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