Easter Egger Sex?

CuriousIndeed

Hatching
Jun 12, 2020
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Well, we named her Madonna but now I'm starting to wonder how well it fits. She's 9 weeks old along with the others, and the other 3 cockerels have well formed, big, bright red, 3 tiered pea combs. The other pullets have straight one row, light pink/orangish combs. This one has me very confused. Her comb seems single but much more pea like than the other girls, and she has no saddle feathers at all. Help a sister out please! You can see Ringo in picture 4, the most obvious roo, who not only has a bright comb and saddle feathers but is also starting to crow, for comparison of combs.
 

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Silkielove103

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Jun 12, 2020
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Well, we named her Madonna but now I'm starting to wonder how well it fits. She's 9 weeks old along with the others, and the other 3 cockerels have well formed, big, bright red, 3 tiered pea combs. The other pullets have straight one row, light pink/orangish combs. This one has me very confused. Her comb seems single but much more pea like than the other girls, and she has no saddle feathers at all. Help a sister out please! You can see Ringo in picture 4, the most obvious roo, who not only has a bright comb and saddle feathers but is also starting to crow, for comparison of combs.
I'm thinking that white ones a girl but that one with the black head and whitish body is definitely a cockerel.
 

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