Cockerel or pullet?????

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by RileyHomestead, May 25, 2019.

  1. RileyHomestead

    RileyHomestead Chirping

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    193EE9E4-E45B-4742-9D8C-80ABFA0EE130.jpeg 193EE9E4-E45B-4742-9D8C-80ABFA0EE130.jpeg 16DD8148-F90A-45BF-9189-EDCA5FD75F9F.jpeg 8DB64973-62CD-4B4C-A67C-030D05232E65.jpeg 25B61A1F-44ED-4697-9669-216CE35EF640.jpeg Help us identify the chicken below
     
  2. Trux

    Trux Crowing

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    how old??
     
  3. RileyHomestead

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    7 weeks
     
  4. Trux

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    pullet
     
  5. RileyHomestead

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    E065B4B5-EC90-42A4-B297-9001BF0518F8.jpeg I have one that “appears” to be a rooster and he’s also the same age. I will post his photo below.
     
  6. Peppercorngal

    Peppercorngal Crowing

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    How old? About 7 weeks? Looks like a nice Easter Egger pullet in these pictures to me. I'm not the best at identification, am I close? :p
     
  7. RileyHomestead

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    He/she is an Easter Egger. Just curious as to sex of he/she. Around 7 weeks old and we do have one rooster. I think!
     
  8. RileyHomestead

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    0AF1D390-42A7-4310-98FC-B75E12A276F5.jpeg Ok- I have one more photo. Not very clear

    Can anyone IDENTIFY this breed and maybe the sex? Thanks in advance!
     
  9. Peppercorngal

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    The first photos are a pullet, but the second could be a roo. Do you see any wattles forming? Usually you will notice some coming in on the rooster, but not the pullet. The photo is not at the best angle to see.
     
  10. Sherloki

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    This one is a cockerel, the bright red coming in, combined with the color of the comb and the tail says it all. The other two are looking like pullets to me, but the last is a bit hard to see.
     

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