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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Morgan7782, Mar 11, 2011.
That is a cockerel. Those red patches on the shoulders are typical male.
This is a side-view of the same bird. Do male EEs grow wattles at all?
Looks like a Pullet to me but I'm new at this myself
This looks like a slow developing cockerel
And what dyou mean, there are tons of us watching this thread!
That is definitely, without a doubt in my mind, a rooster.
He has a large comb, dark red spots in the wings, and pointy hackle & Saddle feathers coming in.
For the most part no they don't. At least you wouldn't want them to.
Ideally they have a full beard and muffs.
The red splashes on the shoulders suggest cockerel as well as the tail. :/
Thanks for the info Heartmoss Farm and Aoxa! Whew, I was hoping the red mixing in was the ladylike salmon red I always hear of on here and not the manly dark red but I wasnt sure since I had nothing to compare her color to. Glad she will most likely be staying an "Amelia"
Really want an EE in my flock. Looks like Custard is a roo and my neighbors won't go for that. Are all hens a lighter color? Maybe I can trade Custard for a hen somewhere locally! Our friends did hatch out one more ee baby. not sure of it's sex though.
They can be any colour.
I have some all white EEs even.
There is such a wide variety.