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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by mrsherman, May 18, 2008.
The ones with less feathers on the wings are most likely males
Way too young to tell. Post pics when they are 8 weeks or older, it'll be much easier then.
If you purchased sexed pullets then odds are that is what you have. If from a hatchery and didn't specify not to send extras then they always toss in a few males to get rid of them. Anything extra you didn't order is a (vent sexed) male.
Pandapaw23 made a good point that females feather in faster and a quick glance of chicks wings easily tells which are female and male in a straight run.
BTW, I really like the look of chick on right in second photo. It's a classic owl look and really interesting. No idea what breed it is.
I agree. If you want the most accurate judgment, you have to wait for it. No one can ID just out of the shell but, everyone seems to want that.