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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ben is a terror, Aug 7, 2011.
I think the last one is a hen if these are all roos I got really ripped off
bo roo polish roo .. roo ees bottom one possible pullet ....
Is anyone crowing yet? At that size someone would be crowing if they are roos I think.
The first picture I think is a hen. I don't see any rooster feathering.
Full body shots of the others would help.
I vote hen, roo, roo, roo, hen
your polish is a roo
Buff orpington pullet and a bunch of cockerels.
Last one is a hen, her neck feathers are even thicker then the cockerel above.
The last one looks like a Light Brahma rooster. Does he have feathered legs? If he does, then 100% rooster (Light Brahma roosters and hens are colored very differently).
How old is the Orpington and the Polish? The Orpington is looking like a pullet and I think the Polish is a rooster...
The Orpington is 100% hen no doubt.
The Brahma are 100% rooster, no doubt.
Don't know about your ees. Your buff looks like a hen. A couple of the EEs might be girls. My roos started rooing about 4 to 5 months so you should know soon. I wouldn't go and make any hasty decisions though it can be really had to tell boys from girls in some breeds. I have buff that has a really large red comb but, she is 100% female.