Easter Egger X Cochin Chicks - Can They Be Feather Sexed?

Thaney Design

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I believe everyone here is less than two days old.


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keesmom

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Unknown. Cochin hens are slow feathering, so that half fits. Since EEs aren't a breed, one can't be sure the male is fast feathering. No one can be certain they are feather sexable, but they are probably not.
 

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