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smilez4you

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I have 4 chicks that I got from a kindergarten class, born April 21st. I know one of the white ones is definitely a roo. The other 3 I am confused. The buff? The easter egger or americana and the last white one I have no idea. Since they were all hatched the same day. The white one that is a roo has a much bigger comb and crows. So I am thinking the other white one is a hen? Any help, I can't have roos in my neighborhood.

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smilez4you

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Thank you, can you tell me what you see in the lone white one that tells you its a roo? In comparing it to the other white one its comb is much smaller and it hasn't tried to crow yet. Here's another pic.
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He has hackle and saddle feathers coming in - only cockerels get those :) Plus his comb and wattles are much larger than a pullet's would be at that age.
 

smilez4you

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I tried to do that, but I couldn't find where you type the text. The only way I could post is if I started one myself, maybe it's my phone. IDK
 

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