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Gender?????

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by 15CrazyChickens, May 5, 2016.

  1. 15CrazyChickens

    15CrazyChickens Out Of The Brooder

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    Got these a couple months ago from Atwood's I'm not sure on gender. I've never had Polish before. My little grey roo in with them I think is serama. They're outgrowing him and will be moved soon.

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  2. scrambled please

    scrambled please Out Of The Brooder

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    I think I see one Roo, black, the grey one I would say is a hen. They are really pretty, mine layed well. I decided to free range them, they roosted high in a tree and were fox food.
     
  3. TheKindaFarmGal

    TheKindaFarmGal Overrun With Chickens

    Not familiar with this breed, but I'd say No. 3 (grey) is a pullet. Can't tell with the others, sorry. :(
     
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  4. 15CrazyChickens

    15CrazyChickens Out Of The Brooder

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    These are starting over chickens for me. The last ones we had free ranged and we had a dog that watched over them for us. It got killed and mountain lions got our birds after that. Haven't had any in a while but these are fun and no more free range chickens for us.
     
  5. 15CrazyChickens

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    Thank you. I'll try to get better pictures soon. They're hard to get with the way the run around so much.
     
  6. scrambled please

    scrambled please Out Of The Brooder

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    I bought mine straight run and really wanted a roo but all where hens. Look for the saddle feathers toward the back end, where an imaginary saddle would go. The gray one is a good example of a pullet no long feathers.
     
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