Buff Orpington hen or roo?

Stephlirio

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Hi, y'all! I'm wondering if my buff orpington is a hen or a roo. Not quite sure how many weeks he/she is...5-6 weeks I'm thinking. She/he is my only buff orpington so I dont have another to compare it to! Thank in advance!
 

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TheOddOneOut

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I agree, pullet, but could be a boy. Mine, who is 11.5 weeks, has the same amount of comb and wattles. She is also a demon, so I hope yours is different. Melody is loud and smelly. We call her the Golden Goose. Her name is a bit of a joke, but her voice can be sweet sometimes. You have a pretty bird there!
 

Stephlirio

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I agree, pullet, but could be a boy. Mine, who is 11.5 weeks, has the same amount of comb and wattles. She is also a demon, so I hope yours is different. Melody is loud and smelly. We call her the Golden Goose. Her name is a bit of a joke, but her voice can be sweet sometimes. You have a pretty bird there!
🤣🤣 Thankfully this one is not a demon! Haha The sweetest chick we have and my son's absolute favorite! Hoping for a hen 🤞 since we can't have roosters here.
 

TheDawg

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The comb and wattles do look pretty red for that young but sometimes that happens from heat too so hopefully it’s a girl cause I don’t see any other rooster signs and was leaning pullet.
 

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