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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by herechickchick, Mar 31, 2008.
Cynthia here is that Blue Ameraucana. This Thursday he/she will be 6 weeks old.
At six weeks, pinkening comb already, boy. It isn't particularly raised, but it is wide, and Charlotte's daughter Gypsy, is just now getting lots of pink in her comb...at over 12 wks.
Ok I will call his new mommy tomorrow.
I'm sorry. You could wait and see...and hope he has an overnight sex change...okay, so it won't do any good.
It's Ok she is actually a friend and she called and said she wanted an awesome rooster so I said no problem, I think he will do just fine for her. She has 25 pullet chicks so I may try to talk her into the splash orpington as well. That way they can all grow up together.
She has enough girls, certainly, but if she has any smaller breeds, the Orp will be large for them. Those boys are not lightweights! The Ameraucana will be a nice weight, not too big for most any standard hen of any size.
I think she has a brown egg layer Asst.
Well, that boy is an unusual one for most people to have. A man came into the feedstore on Saturday and immediately fell for one of Suede's blue sons, 12 weeks old. He had to call me and ask questions, wanted to know how I bred him, was so excited to get him, and paid quite a price, more than I've gotten for any cockerels so far. Didn't hurt that I had printed out a picture of his daddy for the store owner to tape onto the cage so people could see what he would grow up to be, LOL.