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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by croosien, Oct 12, 2016.
I was told all of these were hens when we got them as chicks. Looking for help to confirm
The brown one behind the Silver Laced Wyandotte looks to be a cockerel and MAYBE the white leghorn but i can't see them properly. Clear pics and individuals would be helpful
How old are they? The white appears to be a cockerel, the other two I cannot see well enough. Could you get individual pictures of them? Looking forward to show combs, and standing in profile to check for other gender traits.
Will get better pictures tomorrow when it get light. Thanks for the feedback. They are all 4 months old
The white and red are cockerels. Not sure on the others.
Easter Egger and the White Leghorn are cockerels. The two Wyandottes are pullets.
Considering the curve in the tail (hens have straight tails) you have an Easter Egger and Leghorn cockerel. The Wyandotte in the front is a female, the one on the side might be a cockerel. His picture is cut off, so it is hard to tell. However, the patches on the shoulders suggest that it is a cockerel too.
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Only the Wyandottes are female. The Leghorns and the Easter Egger are most definitely males.