Can you tell me if they could be a roosters? pics included

Buttercup1979

In the Brooder
8 Years
Jan 12, 2012
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Lilly "Fluffy Butt"



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Daisy at top, Buttercup, Rosy "the Rooster", Lilly "Fluffy Butt"

I have two buff orpingtons and two australorps. I asked for sexed chicks when buying because I can't have roosters. They are six weeks old and one BO and one AUS have slightly longer taller tales than the others. Also, my short tailed BO has always been fluffier and heftier, hence her nickname "Fluffy Butt." I should add that from the beginning my Rosy (BO with the long tail) has always been the pushy one and she earned the nickname "Rosy the Rooster." Now that it may be true I'm sad because she's my favorite. And now my long-tailed Buttercup (AUS) has been standing up to Rosy. What's going on? I could use some expert opinions, and even personal ones too!
Please tell me my girls are all girlies! Just tell me they all grow differently!


Long tailed Rosy and Buttercup, then Lilly



Difference in tails???
 

OreoPlymothRock

Songster
7 Years
Apr 3, 2012
995
12
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Florida
if she is the biggest one in the flock, then yes, she is a rooster. but normally girls can just act like that. hope this helps.
 

mychookschick

Songster
10 Years
Aug 28, 2009
1,192
12
153
Maine
Hmm, how old are they?? They look like normal chicks to me. I don't see any tell tail signs of roos, but let me know how old they are and I could get you a closer guess.. About 4-5 weeks?
 

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