Blue Andalusians, have I got one of each?

BlueDognChicks

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#1 I'm thinking this one is a pullet


#2 And this one is the cockerel?


#3 And another black Andalusian cockerel?


And finally, picture #4 a black Andalusian pullet with a really white face?



If she? is not an Andalusian, I'd love to know what she is.

Oops, forgot to add their age...just over 5 weeks old.
 
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Wyandottes7

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Its too young to tell for sure. I think that #2 may be a male, and that #1 and #4 are pullets. I'm not sure on #2; the comb is large, but it isn't very red.
 

BantamLover21

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Its too young to tell for sure. I think that #2 may be a male, and that #1 and #4 are pullets. I'm not sure on #2; the comb is large, but it isn't very red.
I agree. I'd post new photos in a few weeks; by then, it should be more obvious as to what gender they are.
 

donrae

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I'd say hold off making any decisions for a while. That's really not much comb for a Mediterranean breed cockerel at this age, I'm thinking pullet.
 

goldfinches

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Their combs get huge, so big that they flop over their eyes. Don't jump the gun on calling them boys yet. I've never had a boy, only girls, so I'm not sure, but maybe you can keep an eye on their waddles instead of their combs, to tell their sex early on.
 

danotoyou2

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The last one pictured looks exactly like my White Faced Black Spanish. Here's one of mine (4 1/2 weeks)
 

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