They're not easier to look at when they're grouped and small.
I think you have a chance at mostly females. The only one that I am suspicious about is the white one with the dark grey shoulder patch.I think they are 8 weeks now
unfortunately number 6 died so I don’t have an update on that one and I left out chick number 7 before because it was a bad chick pic but added him last because they are all bad pictures anyway. Sorry for the quality.
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chick 6 R.I.P
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5 and seven are bantams that’s why they might look small.
#1 maleSo I know it’s hard to tell but I’m quite obsessed with always trying to guess before they grow up.
I have chicken mutts. some of them are mixed with Easter egger that’s all I know. So my question really is comb color. I have chicks I think are girls with pale pink combs and solid yellow combs.Then one dark pink comb and one red/yellow comb that I think are boys. they are 3-4 weeks
1 & 2 pink comb IMO females
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3 dark pink comb IMO male
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4 & 5 yellow comb IMO females
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6 red comb IMO male
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I never had chicks with yellow combs so this was new to me what do you guys think? Male or female