Do I have all Roos?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Skidogsr, Jun 22, 2018.

  1. Skidogsr

    Skidogsr Hatching

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    Hi Everyone,
    6 weeks ago I decided to build a coop and a brooder and picked up ten chicks. Since then I have been on this site every second of spare time I have. Thank you to everyone who contributes, it is a great help to lurkers like myself! You all do an awesome job!

    I believe my chicks are a mixed breed, however any help in guessing the sex of my chicks would be Awesome!
    I realize now that I should have gotten full body shots, but I will hopefully add those later.

    Chick A
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    Chick B
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    Chick C IMG_1235.JPG IMG_1236.JPG
    Chick D
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    Chick E
    IMG_1241.JPG IMG_1240.JPG Chick F
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    Chick G
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    Chick H
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    I hope to post pics every couple weeks and will let all guessers know the final outcome. Thanks for any participants!!

    Skidogsr
     

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  2. Farmer Connie

    Farmer Connie Flock Servant Premium Member

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  3. Ridgerunner

    Ridgerunner Free Ranging

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    My guess is that "E" is a pullet. "A" is highly probable a male but just maybe. The rest, males.
     
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  4. BreanneRN

    BreanneRN Songster

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    Chicks "C" and "H" are definite cockerels... not sure about chick "G"... Time will tell, current opinion based on comb development only... Especially with mixed breeds it can take more time. Are they at least 6 weeks old?
     

  5. meetthebubus

    meetthebubus Crowing

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    The red and white ones with those huge combs look roos, you definitely have some pullets in there at least
     
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  6. crazychickenlady5

    crazychickenlady5 In the Brooder

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    Beautiful chickens! E & B look like pullets. H & C look like cockerels. Not sure about the others.
     
  7. Skidogsr

    Skidogsr Hatching

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    Thanks for the Replies! The chicks are six weeks old this coming Sunday.
     

  8. 8 Chicks 1967

    8 Chicks 1967 Songster

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    C and H are Cockerels..little more time maybe on the others
     

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