Barred rock sexing help

Drivers

In the Brooder
Mar 22, 2018
9
2
11
Can someone help with sexing these please

Chick 1
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Chick 2
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Chick 3
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Drivers

In the Brooder
Mar 22, 2018
9
2
11
We bought them and were told they were pullets so it looks like we will have to wait and see. They are 7 weeks now so how much longer until it’s obvious? Not sure we can get away with keeping Roo’s here because of neighbours and the kids are getting attached to them already
 

junebuggena

Crowing
Apr 17, 2015
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Long Beach, WA
We bought them and were told they were pullets so it looks like we will have to wait and see. They are 7 weeks now so how much longer until it’s obvious? Not sure we can get away with keeping Roo’s here because of neighbours and the kids are getting attached to them already
Usually, cockerels are pretty bright red in the comb by 8 weeks. With yours having such small and pale combs, it's a pretty safe bet they are girls.
 

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