Are these 2 silkies roosters? They are 4 months old. Thank you.

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by andrea70, Sep 16, 2018.

  1. andrea70

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    Are these two silkies roosters?
     

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  2. AMERAUCANAS4REAL

    AMERAUCANAS4REAL Free Ranging

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    Looks like it.
     
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  3. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Crowing

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    I think there may be 1 cockerel, 1 pullet.
     
  4. andrea70

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  5. andrea70

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    Which do you think is which?
     
  6. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Crowing

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    The last pic is the cockerel
     
  7. Fluffy&Cutie

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    ??? I am trying to learn all i can about silkies. I adore them and want to add them to our home. Why does that silkie have a yellow beak? is it a cross or does that happen sometimes? They are both beautiful.
     
  8. ShellyBlanco

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    I think they are both cockerels. I have a Roo and Pullet, her comb is not that visible 23 weeks old. 2018-09-14 024.jpg 2018-09-14 044.jpg
     
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  9. andrea70

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    Their mom is a light grey silkie & the Dad a white silkie. Can the females have waddles? They look like they both have the neck feathers developing, that’s why I thought they were Roos?
     
  10. ShellyBlanco

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    As you see on my pullet, barely noticeable comb or wattle at 23 weeks.
     
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