can anyone tell me which of my chicks are hens

reckless

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Try getting multiple pictures of each chicken :)
Front picture of comb/crest. Side picture of head and/or side picture of whole body.
Need to see if there are streamers in crest/neck/tail, comb/waddle size, and stance pretty much!

How old are they?

In the first picture, the very front chicken, 98% sure that is a rooster, going by the comb size and prominence of waddles. He reminds me of my white roo in the crest too.
Other ones, I would need to see better pictures to state my opinion on their sex.
 

ngj693

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heres some more pics ill try to get some better ones this weekend. the big white ones are about 4 months and the little 2 brown and 1 black are about 2 months. thanks for the help












 

reckless

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heres some more pics ill try to get some better ones this weekend. the big white ones are about 4 months and the little 2 brown and 1 black are about 2 months. thanks for the help
Pretty sure the buff in this pic is a rooster with a comb that size, my white roo had a comb that size at that age.

Thinking the black one might be a pullet. The stance in the first pics you posted is fairly low and s/he reminds me of my pullet, Gracey, when she was that age. She started out with a really tiny crest too.

White on the right is a rooster. I'm still a bit conflicted about the other white one.



This one is different from the other buff right? I know you have two. Because judging by this one's crest, it looks more like a pullet.




I eagerly await more pictures of your cuties! :)
 

reckless

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heres some of the white one in question (hopefully all hens)and the brown and black we weren't sure of (my daughter snuck the last picture)


















I think the white one is a cockerel. That stance is really high- I've never seen my pullets stand like that, but my white roo and splash roo have. Having a little trouble with the other pictures because they're out of focus. I'm trying to look for streamers and whatnot, but I can't see them :p

In the bottom pic, the one on the far right might be a pullet, her stance looks pretty low. :)
 

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