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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by homestead 101, Feb 12, 2017.
Please help me
To young to tell. Feather sexing can Only be done with certain breeds and it has to be done usually within a day or so of hatching-----If I HAD to guess I would say a pullet but nothing to do with the feathers. BUT in about 2 to 3 months you should be able to see what it is.
At 5-6 weeks the size and color of comb and wattles should tell the tale on the males....especially if you have other chicks the same age to compare it too.
Too young to sex, since only certain crosses can be wing/feather sexed. I would post new photos of it when it is 6-8 weeks old. By then, gender signs like lighter/darker barring and a larger comb and wattles will be more evident.
I need help also. We have had our girls for 1 week today.
Again to young to sex. If they are barred rock, you should be able to tell in a couple months. If they are black sex-links you are going to have a lot of Crowing!!
Chick 2,3 are pullets, don't know about 1
If I HAD to guess, I would Agree except 1 I would guess was a cockeral!