Chicks help with male or female please

Kimlew

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Help female or male please
 

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Perris

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at 9 weeks, cockerels are likely to have red comb and wattles developing, while pullets will still be pale pink and less developed if at all. The big guy with full comb and wattle (and well developed upright tail) is an extreme case!
 

Kimlew

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Apr 1, 2020
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Individual pictures would really help, but the white one with a slight crest and large comb is a cockerel, along with the barred one. I can't tell on the others
Thanks white one is a white leg horn others are mix breed will try get better picture tomorrow
 

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