Can someone help me to see the gender of my rescue chicken?

Scalrett0516

In the Brooder
Dec 13, 2020
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Hello everyone, I’m new to this forum and I’d really love someone to help here.
I found three chicks this March from the park and I really don’t know the gender of them. I’d really appreciate it if someone could offer their opinions.
So below are the pictures of two of my chicken (the third one has broken legs so technically he/she won’t be able to crow).
The other two are pretty big now and they sometimes make weird noises.They haven’t laid eggs or crowed in the morning.
I’m sorry for the low resolution of my pics as it is my parents taking care of them as I’m studying abroad right now. (All the pictures were taken with a month)
Any help will be appreciated!
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Scalrett0516

In the Brooder
Dec 13, 2020
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How come they are in that cage?
Hi, thanks for the reply. I live in an apartment and don’t have the privilege of letting them running around freely. They are free to walk on the balcony during the day and at night they sleep in the cage.
 

Eva2020

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Sep 6, 2020
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Hi, thanks for the reply. I live in an apartment and don’t have the privilege of letting them running around freely. They are free to walk on the balcony during the day and at night they sleep in the cage.
That situation isn't really fair. Chickens are meant to be outside. They won't get what they need on a balcony. But if @LizzzyJo is correct that they are meat birds, then I don't think they will live long. Sorry😭
 

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