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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by parkinlot1972, Sep 5, 2016.
I have 2 Buff Orphingtons. New to raising backyard chickens. So, Hens or Roos?
Hmmm, Seems a little hard to tell at this point. But I think that if you provide full body shots and comb shots we should be able to tell. The one in the right pic sort off looks like a Roo to me. Or both of them could be Pullets.
It is hard to tell but the one in the front looks like a roo and the one in th back looks Like a pullet but I could be wrong. Either way they are really pretty.
Orpingtons are a slow maturing breed. So it takes longer to accurately sex them. But at 9 weeks its safe to say you've got two pullets. Unless you've got a VERY slow maturing cockerel. I would expect more comb in a 9 week old cockerel.
They look like pullets at this point.
Agree, pretty sure you have pullets
looks like pullets
A few more pics of my Buff Orphingtons. Hopefully they are both pullets
Look like pullets.