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Discussion in 'Pictures & Stories of My Chickens' started by EastinChickens, Jun 18, 2010.
Larry, Moe & Curly.
oh, nuk,nuk,nuk! great names! so cute!I still have to identify my roo only 3 weeks old in brooder of 24.
Haha, great names! So cute!
Hah! I know I've called my girls stooges more than once, expecially when there's a chain reaction of bouncing off each other.
My 3 week old mixed bunch. no names yet, I wait till feathered out.Not the entire bunch either.
EE banty, pls advise if u will. pullet or roo?? very friendly n sneaky!
Too early to tell plus I enlarged the picture and the comb area is blurry.
I thought I jumped the gun asking on sex of the yellow banty, never had a yellow one yet. will wait till 6 weeks and ask again. thank you though. I was slightly excited today.
those black and white ones are probably roos it's a common roo color among easter eggers. plus i have one too.
I don't know if it applies here but on true wheaten ameracaunas, chicks with black spots on their wing feathers are roos.