EE Gender help please!

NewMomma2017

Chirping
Oct 5, 2017
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Hello all, bought these as chicks. Feed store sold them as
Ameraucana chicks but we have since learned these are Easter Eggers. I am so confused on genders. One minute I think they are ladies and then the next they seem like Roos. Any help would be much appreciated. Out of 11 chicks we are getting 5 eggs. They will be 6 months at the end of this month.
I also have 1 Rhode Island Red. I am almost certain that it’s female. Can anyone concur with this?
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NewMomma2017

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Oct 5, 2017
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Oh an don’t mind the rooster. He has recently come to visit our flock but has decided to make it his permanent residence. I have way too many roosters as it is with this chick batch (lesson learned on this btw, looking for just straight pullets next time!!) and I just can’t get rid of him.
 

meetthebubus

Crowing
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I've read that ee's can start laying as late as 7 months or so, so some might still be in the works.
You can look at their comb, hens will have a singular pea comb while the male's is wider, three rows.
Sorry not much help I just bought ee's 6 weeks ago so the comb is my only indicator :)
 

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