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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by hilltopchicks77, Apr 5, 2016.
By the way these 2 are by far my faves and are staying no matter what. I've noticed #1 has more of a warble to its voice if that means anything
I would guess #2 is a hen but I could be wrong since I'm still fairly new to raising chickens. I would look at the saddle and neck feathers...very pointy feathers would be a roo but rounded feathers would be a hen. Hope this helps.
How old are they?
I've had them 5 weeks but they were a week or more when I got them. They were already in the ugly stage lol
They were "leftovers" for the bath the week before at tractor supply and we're getting pecked to death by the birds they were in with so I bought them on a whim (I had already bought some other birds and they fit in great with them.)
Depending on its age, if your chick is one to two weeks old and starts growing tail feathers, it usualy means its a hen belive it or not.
At 5 weeks, that first bird's face is looking awfully pink. But, as of now, we can't be certain of anything.
Pullets. All I see is pullets! Congrats!