Black coaching pullet?

BobKatt

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Jul 5, 2014
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She is supposed to be a pullet, her voice has become very deep. She still crackles like a hen, but caught her doing the food found chirp that roosters do. Her comb and waddles came in fast and red, but have stayed the same size now for a couple of months and do not seem to be filling out anymore. Any ideas if this is a pullet?
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Wyandottes7

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How old is "it"? The tail feathers look suspicious, but I can't see any pointy saddle feathers, and the neck feathers don't look pointed. Could you post a closer picture of the tail area and the back around the tail?
 

BobKatt

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Jul 5, 2014
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The thing that gets me is the comb. Maybe it still has a ways to go? Here's a picture I found in another thread that I'm comparing facial features to.
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donrae

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Cochins are slower to mature than production breeds. He's just entering adolescence, basically, so his manly features have a while to develop.
 

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