EE HEN???

zprankin

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zprankin

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The black one is a 9 or 10 week old BSL.. The EE might be a week or two older.. Is it a hen?
 

zprankin

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I don't think those are EEs. And the black one is a pullet while the red is a looking like a rooster


Like I said I know for sure the black one is a black sex link.. And we were told the red one was an easter egger ... It really acts like a hen but I noticed the comb going red ..
 

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Like I said I know for sure the black one is a black sex link.. And we were told the red one was an easter egger ... It really acts like a hen but I noticed the comb going red ..

Yeah the red one is not an EE. In what ways does "she" act like a hen? "Her" comb, tail feathers and neck feathers are all indicating a rooster
 

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The red one does have some bearding - so likely does have EE breeding - but is looking like a cockerel in these photos
 
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zprankin

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Yeah the red one is not an EE. In what ways does "she" act like a hen? "Her" comb, tail feathers and neck feathers are all indicating a rooster


Just not like the normal rooster.. Calm and not dominate .. The black one is the more protective one... Would my two grown hens treat a rooster different than a hen? Bc they seem to treat em the same..
 

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