KamikazeKei

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Hey! I wanted to ask something. My chickens are about a month old and me and my grandma noticed something. Their combs are turning red. We know it's a sign of sexual maturity but it doesn't make sense because they are only 1 month old. They aren't black, or pale pink or purple or anything. I don't even think they have some sort of specific breed. Just, their crowns are already red.
 

KamikazeKei

Hatching
Aug 18, 2019
2
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Thanks for the help, hello to you all too. Here's the pictures.
 

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Shezadandy

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Sep 26, 2015
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Thanks for the help, hello to you all too. Here's the pictures.

I agree- only 1 pullet.
You'll want to reduce to 1 cockerel/rooster and find your pullet some female companions. As the sole girl, she'll be the subject of torment as boys mature sooner than pullets- they will all start using her for practice, a bad situation from her. I'm so sorry you got such an unfair proportion!
 

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