Gender and Type?

Peep-Chicken

Crowing
8 Years
Jun 10, 2013
6,398
455
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Michigan
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"Dark-beak" wild brown coturnix

400

"Light-beak" wild brown coturnix

400

"Tibetan" Tibetan/Rosetta coturnix

Thanks.
 

Quailgenes

Chirping
Jun 25, 2015
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2
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Indiana, US
You should be able to tell by the breast feather. I believe red/orange means male and speckled means female. You should see it easily on the wild type if they are old enough. Not sure about the other colors they come in. I don't have any yet but I been reading up.
 
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Peep-Chicken

Crowing
8 Years
Jun 10, 2013
6,398
455
346
Michigan
You should be able to tell my the breast feather. I believe red/orange means male and speckled means female. You should see it easily on the wild type if they are old enough. Not sure about the other colors they come in. I don't have any yet but I been reading up.

Okay thanks. So are all three male? They kinda have read feathers.
 

DK newbie

Songster
5 Years
Apr 20, 2015
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As far as I can tell, none of those are 'wild types'. Probably all Tibetan or whatever it's called. So I think you'd need to wait till they mature and vent sex them.
 

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