Boy or Girl - 3 months old

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by jaylipp, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. jaylipp

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  2. Gldnrose

    Gldnrose Chirping

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    I'm not an expert by any means. It's my first time having chickens myself. I have Buffs also, and from the looks I think its a boy. I would say the comb and wattles say it all, especially compared to the chicken in the last picture. But, definitely see what others think too.

    I have six and One (so far) turned out to be a rooster. Mine was very obvious from a very early age though and he even started crowing, or should I say trying to, at nine weeks. He has it down pat now and he is only 15 weeks old.
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  3. CherishHolland

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    You have a cockerel wattles & comb big feet and thick legs
     
  4. Pele

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    Little manly roo in the making.
     
  5. Wyandottes7

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    He's definitely a cockerel. I see darker coloring on the wings, a large red comb and wattles, thick legs, and a roosterish stance.
     
  6. jaylipp

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    Thanks to all for the responses but I hope you are all wrong because my wife has gotten awful attached to these 'girls'
     
  7. K Spot

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    I wish that were the case, but nothing is going to change this little guy's gender.

    He's one handsome boy
     
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  9. CherishHolland

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    In the picture with them on the legs there is one boy one girl
     

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