Bantam Cochin, Olive Egger and Australorp

Eckielady

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First, the bantam Cochin. I have posted her before but the answers were 50/50. I'll post photos of just her and the last photo is going to be her next to her brother who has CLEARLY been a cockerel since about 3-4 weeks old. They are about 7 weeks old. Olive egger (black bird) and Australorp are 6-7 weeks old. I'm guessing pullet on both of those although the Olive Egger I'm about 80%. What do you guys think?

I'll do all Cochin here and post other two in the next comment.
 

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Eckielady

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The Cochins look like cockerels while the Olive Egger and Australorp don't show signs of being cockerels yet.

The one Cochin is 100% cockeral. It's the little yellow/tan one I can't figure out for sure. Her comb is bigger than her two sisters but hasn't turned red and her wattles haven't done anything.
 

Suzi18

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Yes, that's what I mean. She has barely a nub of a comb now that's why I wondered. She is an absolute sweet heart. Always on my lap or my shoulder. I hope she stays sweet as she matures.
 

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