Gender guess 8 week light Brahma

Podede

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I have a light Brahma that is 8 weeks old, any guesses on pullet or cockerel?
 

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Don't be too sure on those cockerel proclamations. Brahmas are notoriously tricky. Give it time to get old enough to look for mature hackle and saddle feathers.

Dumpling, the pullet in my avatar, was confidently proclaimed to be a cockerel at that age and now, at about 24 weeks, she's clearly a pullet approaching POL.
 

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