Breeds? Genders?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by koakritters, May 22, 2011.

  1. koakritters

    koakritters Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 27, 2011
    These guys were hatched on April 8, 2011. I only know that they are all mixed breeds of some sort, i know 2 came from EE eggs, that's it! I thought when they were younger most were pullets, but now that they are getting older i'm starting to wonder... I know roosters tend to get more red on their faces, but i have 2 hens (they lay eggs- they are hens, lol!) that have more red on their faces than my rooster (he crows...) does, so now i'm asking for your help.

    any ideas on gender and breed mixes?

    1. i think is female

    2. thought was female, but now we've got the red...

    3. female, i think is one that came from an EE egg

    4. not sure

    5. the other EE egg

    6. the one i was told is a rooster, however it's also the only one who does not have a comb growing at all.

    1-5 all are feathered out the same. #6 is missing half his feathers still once you pull his wings back and look under. The rest all have all their feathers.

  2. MikasGirl

    MikasGirl Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 17, 2009
    Coos Bay, OR
    I think all girls. The last one kinda LOOKS like it could be a boy.. but there's too much black for it to be a boy. IMHO, good luck! [​IMG]
  3. koakritters

    koakritters Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 27, 2011
    i was just looking at pic #@, it normally does not hold its tail that way if that makes any difference. we had just ruffled all our feathers and were mad mommy caught us for a picture! not a happy chicken right there, lol!
  4. koakritters

    koakritters Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 27, 2011
    any other opinions? breeds? genders? anything?
  5. RhodeRunner

    RhodeRunner Chillin' With My Peeps

    Feb 22, 2009
    Ashtabula, Ohio
    1) Pullet. Looks like she has some Wyandotte in her.
    2) I would say girl from the body type (not seeing any hackle/saddle feathers), but boy is she red in the face. I would keep an eye out on that one, and probably would let his/her personality be the main indicator.
    3) Pullet. Looks like she has some Gold Laced Wyandotte in her.
    4) Barring is Sex-Linkable, so I am thinking boy. Hens have more black in their barring, roosters more white. Males will also have yellower legs, while the hens will have more black.
    5) Rooster. Large comb, blotchy coloration, and shorter tail.
    6) Another masculine looking comb, and the short tail makes me wonder. Not sure on this one, but for some reason the back of my mind is saying rooster.
  6. sevenbabychicks

    sevenbabychicks Chillin' With My Peeps

    Sep 9, 2010
    Saint Paul, MN
    Here are my guesses:

    1 = some sort of ee or partridge-something mix? What kind of comb? Looks more like a girl than a boy to me.

    2 = roo. Pea comb? EE mix.

    3 = Looks like she has some GLW in her!

    4 = barred rock? cuckoo marans (what color are the legs?) the predominance of white looks rooey... but comb/wattles say hen!

    5 = definite cockerel, I'd say. Not sure on the breed.

    6 = That one's got a big rose comb for someone so young! Definite roo. Looks like a GLW to me [​IMG]

    Remember, they're just guesses!
  7. koakritters

    koakritters Chillin' With My Peeps

    Jan 27, 2011
    #4's legs are not yellow, they are more of a white-ish and then as if someone took a paint brush and painted black stripes vertically down it's legs, and down it's toes. sorry it's too dark out now to get a good picture. [​IMG]
  8. harmona1

    harmona1 Out Of The Brooder

    Aug 27, 2010
    #3 is the spitting image fo the two GLW's I got from the feed store.
  9. bustermommy

    bustermommy Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 16, 2011
    I'd bet money (albeit a small amount) on #5 being a boy. It's got those pointy feathers. Noone else screams boy to me.
  10. kentuckysilkies

    kentuckysilkies Chillin' With My Peeps

    Feb 20, 2007
    Winchester Kentucky
    #s 1,3,4 are pullets. #s 2,5,6 are males.

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