Easter eggers gender !??!??

Oct 25, 2017
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Ok so I have 3 Easter eggers and 2 silkies that I'm not of genders and silkies are 11 weeks and Easter eggers are like 8/9 weeks someone has been trying to crow and I haven't been able to catch who it is . So I know I have a cockerel in the mix just not sure which one it is . Can anyone help with the Easter eggers bc I know silkies are the much more harder breed to sex . So if i can rule out Easter eggers then I know which silkie is the cockerel .

Honey pie
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Pipsqueak
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Nutmeg
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Oct 25, 2017
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This is cottontail (White silkie ) much bigger than the buff and also has some reddish pinkish color coming thru on the very top of where comb is .not sure if yall can see it but it's there
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Caramel (buff silkie)
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Chicken Girl1

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All the Easter Eggers are pullets. I can tell because their combs are small, not red, and one row instead of 3. The pattern and the shape of the feathers are an indicator as well.
 

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