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Can you help me determine their sex?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by WillowTreeFarm, Oct 29, 2011.

  1. WillowTreeFarm

    WillowTreeFarm In the Brooder

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    I have two Easter Eggers that I am hoping you guys can help me decide gender on. They are both 5 weeks old, so I hope it is not too early.

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    These are the two of them... I think the one on the left is a boy, and the one on the right is a girl... sorry I can't give you a better picture of the one on the left, he refused to stand still and all the close ups came out blurry.

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    This is another shot of the one on the right in the first picture.

    Thank you for your help!
     

  2. its kinda hard to tell
    maybe it'll be easier in a few weeks
     
  3. teach1rusl

    teach1rusl Love My Chickens

    If they're pea combed - check whether they have a single row of peas (like a ridge looking thing through the middle) or three rows of peas. Three rows means male. I can't tell based on your pics.
    Are they for certain easter eggers? I'm use to seeing greenish or slate legs and muffs [​IMG] They sure are pretty little things - love the splash of black feathers...
     
  4. yankeedoodle300

    yankeedoodle300 Songster

    Jul 22, 2011
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    Sex:

    wait Till 10-15 weeks. It Will Be easier To sex.


    Name:


    In The mean time, give them Multi-Gender Names, Like Pepper Or Sunny. You Pick the name! there YOUR Chickens!
     
  5. WillowTreeFarm

    WillowTreeFarm In the Brooder

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    Thanks everybody! I thought it might be a little early, but was hoping somebody would know. I'll check out their combs and take better portraits in a few weeks. And I'm pretty sure they're EEs, I got them from m friend who breeds/sells/raises multiple breeds. This is another one we thought might be a girl, but turned out not to be, from the same breeding as them (to the left of the wheaten). He's about 4 1/2 mos old.


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