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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Robert G, Apr 3, 2018.
Thank you all for your input. I will post pictures as they get older.
Usually I'd look at the breast feathers first with this type of coloring, but it doesn't look like they have breast feathers. So it's a tough call. The pattern is even, not patchy, but those darn combs are bigger and more red than the mother's. So I'm going to lean cockerel on both and hope I am wrong.
Wait... was that mom in the middle?! Then if so, then yea... w/out a doubt those are boys... I thought the speckled was a sibling. LOL
It's easy to get confused in here. I do all the time. But yeah, the spangled OE is the mama and I think the offspring are boys, too.
Yep, that's the mom in the middle.
Looking like young cockerel’s. Lovely flock!
Cockerel’s have a unique habit of surprising us. I I purchased twenty chicks last year. Ended up with seven cockerels.
Those a good odds. My hen had 11 chicks and 6 were cockerels.