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EEs = Boy or Girl?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by nurseamc, Aug 6, 2011.

  1. nurseamc

    nurseamc In the Brooder

    Jul 21, 2011
    Cabarrus County, NC
    These are the first EEs that we have had with these colors...any ideas?

    This one is actually rumpless

  2. lynn1961

    lynn1961 Songster

    Feb 14, 2011
    south central Oklahoma
    I would guess that the whitish colored one is a hen and the others are roosters
  3. FuzzyButtsFarm

    FuzzyButtsFarm Rest in Peace 1950-2013

    The first one is a girl.
    The second one is a boy
    The third one is a girl.
    Last edited: Aug 6, 2011
  4. cafarmgirl

    cafarmgirl Crowing

    Hmmm, I was thinkin' they were all pullets but I'm no EE expert!
  5. bloom_ss

    bloom_ss Songster

    Jun 23, 2011
    Spokane Valley, WA
    First one is definitely a girl (I have four that look just like her [​IMG] ). The last two I am not sure on because I don't have any experience with those colors. If I had to guess from reading all I have read about EEs and sexing them by color I would say the second is a roo only because of the redder comb and the brown on the wings with it being a black and white EE. The last one I would guess is a pullet, but I could be wrong...by coloring that one is strictly black and white with no brown (at least as far as I can see from the pictures). That's just a guess though...I'm interested to see what other people say. [​IMG]
  6. Meghalu

    Meghalu Chirping

    May 2, 2011
    The Okanagan
    I think one and three are pullets, two is a roo.
  7. stormylady

    stormylady Songster

    Dec 27, 2008
    How old are they? Did you say and I missed it?

  8. typnslow

    typnslow Songster

    Feb 2, 2011
    New Market, Al
  9. lynn1961

    lynn1961 Songster

    Feb 14, 2011
    south central Oklahoma
    On the easter eggers we have, the females have one ridge on their comb and the males have three ridges. But with easter eggers it can be realy hard to tell until they get older. my boy ones have always been larger than the girl ones and had thicker legs.
  10. donrae

    donrae Hopelessly Addicted Premium Member

    Jun 18, 2010
    Southern Oregon
    The first is a girl--that's a color only girls come in. The second may well be a roo, but a better profile shot would help a lot, as would age. Try for a shot of the bird's whole body, feet included, while it's standing. Same for the third--that's one of the few colors I've seen go either way, so age and better profile shot would help a lot [​IMG]

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