Gender Help? 7 Week Southern Ramblers

SFAshM

In the Brooder
May 4, 2020
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I fairly certain I know which is which, but would love expert help (these are my first babies!). We have two that have long tail feathers and small (or virtually nonexistent) combs, then two that have stubbier tails and are growing nice combs. They also have iridescent green and purple in their wing feathers. Thanks!!
 

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rascal66

Crowing
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Still a bit young to be sure, but they sorta look like pullets. I suppose the one with the larger comb could turn out to be a rooster, but every now and then you can end up with a pullet with a larger comb. Won't know for sure until they are a bit older
 
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SFAshM

In the Brooder
May 4, 2020
11
6
13
I have southern ramblers that are 9-10 weeks old and I am just finding out what sex they are. Did Tractor Supply sell them as straight run? I’m pretty sure the store I bought them at sold them as pullets but I can see now that isn’t what I got.
Yes, mine were a straight run. We ended up giving away the two we thought were Roos. 😢
 

GabCar

Songster
Sep 5, 2019
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I have southern ramblers that are 9-10 weeks old and I am just finding out what sex they are. Did Tractor Supply sell them as straight run? I’m pretty sure the store I bought them at sold them as pullets but I can see now that isn’t what I got.
What exactly is a Southern Rambler? I just bought a few. I see 5 toes and black skin but not bantam and not silkied.
 

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