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Twinsies

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First one is a 8 week old Pyle Red Old English bantam and the other is a 6 week old silkie bantam
 

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Too young for the silkie IMO but for the Red Pyle OEGB, the redness of the comb is making me think cockerel.

Here was my Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam pullet at about 6 weeks old. Unfortunately she passed away recently.

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Her comb was much less smaller than your bird’s and less red.

Can you take some more photos of the Silkie?
 
Too young for the silkie IMO but for the Red Pyle OEGB, the redness of the comb is making me think cockerel.

Here was my Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam pullet at about 6 weeks old. Unfortunately she passed away recently.

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Her comb was much less smaller than your bird’s and less red.

Can you take some more photos of the Silkie?
Im suspecting cockeral for the OEGB. Im not sure on the silkie. Im sorry for your loss @All4Eggz. :hugs Can i asked what happened.
 
Im suspecting cockeral for the OEGB. Im not sure on the silkie. Im sorry for your loss @All4Eggz. :hugs Can i asked what happened.
She suffocated at night along with my beautiful light brahma because all 17 of the chicks like to sleep on top of each other in the corner of the coop. Fixed it now- they have their own roosts.

R.I.P

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Too young for the silkie IMO but for the Red Pyle OEGB, the redness of the comb is making me think cockerel.

Here was my Red Pyle Old English Game Bantam pullet at about 6 weeks old. Unfortunately she passed away recently.

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Her comb was much less smaller than your bird’s and less red.

Can you take some more photos of the Silkie?
Thank for sharing pictures of your little cutie for comparison and sorry to hear she didn't make it.
Yes for the silkie
 

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