Chickensgalore11

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The lavendar sussex chicks are 11 weeks old And to me I feel like they look like roosters but the breeder supposedly sexed them as hens for me.

Also in a previous post a few sais my austrolorp may be a roo and this is him/her now (last picture)

Thanks in advance!
 

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Frazzemrat1

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Honestly, Give it a couple of weeks and the guys' saddle feathers will be coming out and it will be obvious, even without a crow, that they're boys. Then you can go to the breeder and say Crow or not, those are boys.
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Chickensgalore11

In the Brooder
Jul 24, 2019
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Honestly, Give it a couple of weeks and the guys' saddle feathers will be coming out and it will be obvious, even without a crow, that they're boys. Then you can go to the breeder and say Crow or not, those are boys.
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Thanks! She said she will take them back and replace with two more chicks but I'm going to keep one as my roo!
 

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