Amber87

In the Brooder
Apr 26, 2020
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So today at Tractor Supply they had Easter Eggers but they were straight run. 😩 I already have a monster of a rooster so I don’t need any more. The lady working said she can “somewhat” determine the sex by the wings but couldn’t guarantee it. Some had very distinct wings and some it was hard to tell. I’ve tried to google to see what I ended up with and a lot seem to be obvious from the coloring but I’m confused by the descriptions people have given. From my photos of the coloring, can anyone tell me what they think, roosters or hens?
Thanks!
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Amber87

In the Brooder
Apr 26, 2020
6
4
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Too young for sexing (other than vent sexing, which shouldnt be done without prior knowledge), feather sexing doesnt work for EEs.
Well that’s a bummer but thank you. I had a feeling though because once I looked online, a lot of people seem to say it’s the coloring that determines the sex. Not sure how true that is.
 

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