Delaware chicks @ 6.5 wks

This chick is a ...

  • Pullet

  • Cockerel

  • too early to tell


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Chick-N-Daddy

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The result is really not important as the general consensus on Mars is that Roosters are cool! But, lets have some fun. I have two Delaware chicks from the same hatchery with 95% sexing rate. I bought 1 Delaware pullet chick (with some other breeds), they sent 2 and one displays obviously redder wattles than the other, and has for a while; hence the name Roux.

Sorry, no good photos of feet/legs, but they're about the same on both birds anyway. Kanga is only slightly smaller than Roux. Most likely I've just got a pullet who blushes hard, and often.

Pay no attention to the geezer in the background. I have no idea who he is, and I've never seen him before in my life (and neither have you).

The Poll question is specific to Roux. Pretty sure Kanga is a pullet.


Kanga :
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Mylied

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When I see bright pink/red wattles at that age, I auto assume it's going to be a cockerel. Could be wrong as they are young, but that's usually how it turns out.
 

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