Curious about EE & Silkie gender

Katejc

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Hi! I have recently acquired 2 EE chicks (I’m assuming they are ee’s) and purchased 2 silkies. The ee’s are about 3-4 weeks and the silkies are between 2-4 weeks. I would like to hear what people think about my assumption of ee as breed and also some educated guesses at gender for all. Thanks!!



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I can try and get better comb pics
 
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Gilded Feather

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May 21, 2019
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I agree that the black silkie with a straight comb is a male. The other silkie makes me think male as well by its stance but in all honesty it is still WAY to early to tell for sure by that trait alone.
 

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