Do you think the 6 week old white and buff chicks are male?

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Does anyone have any idea if any of these chicks are girls? I think that the Sussex ( I think that it might be a cross though because it's legs turned grey) might be male. It has red wattles but a tiny tail. They are all six weeks old today. DSCN0673.JPG . DSCN0657.JPG DSCN0650.JPG DSCN0669.JPG DSCN0603.JPG DSCN0598.JPG DSCN0602.JPG All of them have really tiny tails except one which got it's tail long before the others ( does this mean its male? ).I would really appreciate anyone's opinion thanks! DSCN0674.JPG DSCN0658.JPG
 
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I'd keep an eye on that buff columbian and the little white one, don't make a craigslist ad just yet but theres certainly a chance they could be cockerels. Some breeds have longer tails, some individuals have longer tails, I gotta say I've never really noticed them when sexing :D
 
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I'd keep an eye on that buff columbian and the little white one, don't make a craigslist ad just yet but theres certainly a chance they could be cockerels. Some breeds have longer tails, some individuals have longer tails, I gotta say I've never really noticed them when sexing :D
Thanks for that. Do you think that the one with the long tail ( "Wings" ) is a girl?
 
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Does anyone have any idea if any of these chicks are girls? I think that the Sussex ( I think that it might be a cross though because it's legs turned grey) might be male. It has red wattles but a tiny tail. They are all six weeks old today. DSCN0673.JPG . DSCN0657.JPG DSCN0650.JPG DSCN0669.JPG DSCN0603.JPG DSCN0598.JPG DSCN0602.JPG All of them have really tiny tails except one which got it's tail long before the others ( does this mean its male? ).I would really appreciate anyone's opinion thanks! DSCN0674.JPG DSCN0658.JPG
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