Can you tell if Olive Egger chicks are male or female? If not then is this chick just a slightly dif

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by et22, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. et22

    et22 Out Of The Brooder

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    The Olive Egger chick with the stripe on it's back is different from the other Olive Egger chicks I have. I don't know if you can but can you tell by the feather of that breed of chickens. I know most breeds you can't. I was just wondering. I know they are all the same breeds because I hatched them out of the same batch of eggs.


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  2. donrae

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    Most likely not. Unless you know the specific breeds that went into the cross, then we could figure if some type of sex linkage was present.
     
  3. et22

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    I don't know what type of breeds went into them.
     
  4. donrae

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    then you'll just have to wait it out [​IMG]
     
  5. MeepBeep

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    The 'wild' pattern aka 'chipmunk' pattern can come from a lot of different breeds and is quite common in mixed breeds like EE and OE, so there is really no way to tell what is mixed in...
     
  6. et22

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    Okay thanks
     

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