Can you tell the sex

Ryan James

In the Brooder
May 19, 2017
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This is a 5 week Americana looks different then any of the rest of my first flock but it is the only Americana. Is it possible to tell sex yet.
 

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Chicken Girl1

Queen of the Coop
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Not an Ameraucana, legs are yellow, its muffles, and it appears to have a rosecomb. I'm leaning towards cockerel but 5 weeks is to young to say for sure, I would post again in another 2-3 weeks to confirm gender.
 

Ryan James

In the Brooder
May 19, 2017
28
8
29
Anchorage, Ak
Not an Ameraucana, legs are yellow, its muffles, and it appears to have a rosecomb. I'm leaning towards cockerel but 5 weeks is to young to say for sure, I would post again in another 2-3 weeks to confirm gender.
Thank you, I was told it was a Americana when I got it at a few days old but you know how that is. What breed or breeeds do you feel it could be.
 

RhodeRunner

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That is a pullet. A rooster of that color variety would sport a black chest, and be more blotchy. As for breed, it isn't an Ameraucana. I'm not sure if it is pure blooded anything, but it may be a rosecomb brown leghorn.
 

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