can you tell me what breed and gender these are?

KingOfThePeeps

In the Brooder
7 Years
Feb 25, 2012
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Ol Grey Mare

One egg shy of a full carton. .....
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TSC likes to sell "red layers" which are usually RIR, Production Red, New Hampshire Red and red sex lime pullets all dumped into the bin. All birds shown look like pullets, darker look like production red and the lighter likely a sex link
 

KingOfThePeeps

In the Brooder
7 Years
Feb 25, 2012
47
2
39
On one of them the comb is a little bigger that the others... let me go try to catch it and take a pics... brb...
 

KingOfThePeeps

In the Brooder
7 Years
Feb 25, 2012
47
2
39
Cool, thanks for the replies. I just need 3 layers and I'll have more eggs than I can eat, but I like the brown, free range eggs the best. This is good news, thanks again.
 

Enderchicken222

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Kauai Hawaii
Can you tell me what breed and gender this little one, or is it still way too young.

(We think he's a wild jungle fowl, where we live they are wild and common, and we adopted it when it's mother didn't come for it. He was standing in the road, so we got him before he could be squashed)

He's now about 13-14 days old, and maybe 1-2 when we got him.
 

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