Gender help please

Stonechicks333

Hatching
May 28, 2020
6
2
8
I’m trying to figure out gender for these 3 and have absolutely no idea what I’m doing 😂any expert help would be appreciated.

#1 oppie 9 weeks Americana/EE
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#2 Tiger Americana/EE 8weeks

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#3 lilo comet? 6/7 weeks

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Rhodebar Lover

Free Ranging
6 Years
Apr 5, 2015
7,444
7,098
561
Tennessee, US
For the first Easter Egger, I'm going mostly off of feather pattern. Bright color patches, and especially on shoulders. For the second, the comb color is worrying me and it seems to have patches of darker color on the shoulders also. For the New Hampshire, I'm going off comb size and body type. It just looks "sturdy." The last two could potentially be pullets, but that's the reasoning as why I'm leaning towards cockerel 😀
 

Stonechicks333

Hatching
May 28, 2020
6
2
8
For the first Easter Egger, I'm going mostly off of feather pattern. Bright color patches, and especially on shoulders. For the second, the comb color is worrying me and it seems to have patches of darker color on the shoulders also. For the New Hampshire, I'm going off comb size and body type. It just looks "sturdy." The last two could potentially be pullets, but that's the reasoning as why I'm leaning towards cockerel 😀

Thank you for clarifying for me :) I greatly appreciate it. The red one is very heavy compared to others so sturdy is a good word lol.
 

puffypoo

Crossing the Road
5 Years
Oct 3, 2015
3,236
19,669
917
Massachusetts
I'm having similar views to @Rhodebar Lover but I actually am leaning more towards pullets for the questionable 2. Mainly due to Tiger's smaller size and small comb that could signify EE female.
Lilo I'm more on the fence, if she was a NHR instead of a comet that could explain the sturdier build. Again she has a smaller comb even though it's red, a lot of cockerels would be screaming it at this point
Take my opinions with a grain of salt, that's just what my gut and experience has told me. :)
 

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