Premium Feather Member
- Feb 3, 2007
This one is interesting because it has a single comb so the usual pea combed sexing doesn't apply. I was surprised that it didn't have a walnut comb, but a genetics expert explained how some of these will have singles. Came from a flock of BBS Ameraucanas where a BLRW rooster had been carousing with the wrong ladies, LOL. It's a gorgeous baby, but I cannot decide if it's male or female. The comb is small, no wattles popping out yet, though the legs are making me go hmm. May have to wait a week or two, really, but give me your impression, please. He/she will turn 4 weeks old mid-week. Yes, I'm positive of the parents, though this chick did not come from my flock, hatched from a very blue egg.