Are these Blue Wheaten Americauna???

Nursejille

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Jun 7, 2020
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Hello, 8 weeks on these 2 chicks and I was told they are true americauna wheaten/blue wheaten however I cannot get confirmation! Are theses both cockerel or many have told me EE females!! 3 photos of each below. I don’t want to sell them if they could be pullet EE vs cockerel wheaten!
 

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Nursejille

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Jun 7, 2020
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Ok thank you. They have grey legs so I feel that they are true wheaten blue wheaten. Someone told me the black in the feathering means cockerel
 

Rhodebar Lover

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Generally yes, because the cockerels are an entirely different color. Sometimes pullets will have a few black feathers mixed in. Cockerels should be primarily black, which leads me to thinking they're pullets. Their combs also look quite small!
 

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