I'm going to say pulletAny thoughts on the sex of this nearly 6-week old easter egger? I feel confident the others I got at the same time are pullets, but this one has just grown faster and gotten bigger than the others. I haven't noticed much of that upright stance I've spotted pretty quickly in young roos before, but "she" is definitely at the top of their little pecking order.
I believe you have 3 Black Sexlinks, 2 Red Sexlinks, a White Plymouth Rock, and a Silver Duckwing Bantam. they all look like pullets right now. But if the bottom one turns out to be a roo he's not a SexlinkView attachment 1813547 View attachment 1813548 View attachment 1813549 View attachment 1813550 View attachment 1813551 View attachment 1813552 View attachment 1813553 View attachment 1813555
I was given 7 “pullets”. I think they are about 9 weeks old. No idea what breeds they are or if they are all actually hens. I suspect 1 or more may be cockerels. Thanks for any help.
If anyone has any ideas, I am dying to know what these guys and girls are! They are about 8 weeks. Tan one has feathered feet, black has some black on yellow feet and beak is mostly black. The white and gray has a pea comb. I will work on getting better pics.Don't know the breed or gender of your chicks? Post here! I can help!
I’ve got a few updated pictures! I know we’re only a few weeks out but I’m terrible at this waiting game... my golden sex link has a pretty big comb. Still normal for a pullet? We’ve had her 3 weeks now and got her as a chick at the local feed store.