Breed/Gender help???

puppymamma

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I'm new to the chicken game. I got these two as day olds in early July, so I'd say they are almost 9 weeks old. I think that they may be a mix of an easter egger rooster and one may be one from a wyandotte mother. They came from a farm where the dog was eating all the chicks. I grabbed these two before that could happen. Any help would be appreciated. Please note the first two pics are the same bird, second two are the same bird.
Thanks!!
 

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Both are mixed. First chick could be part Silkie. First one looks to be a pullet. But would be easier to tell (for both) if you could get clear pics of their combs.
 

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I'm new to the chicken game. I got these two as day olds in early July, so I'd say they are almost 9 weeks old. I think that they may be a mix of an easter egger rooster and one may be one from a wyandotte mother. They came from a farm where the dog was eating all the chicks. I grabbed these two before that could happen. Any help would be appreciated. Please note the first two pics are the same bird, second two are the same bird.
Thanks!!
Looks like hens, no pointy feather by the back feather..
 

puppymamma

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I’m so happy to hear they might both be pullets! I was hoping for no Roos. Here’s a pic of their combs.
 

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