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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by blatham00, Mar 7, 2017.
Will be 4 weeks on Thursday. Anyone able to tell the gender?
Still too young. Most early signs of a cockerel don't start to show until the chick is feathered in.
X2. Updated pictures in a couple more weeks would be very helpful!
I saw saw a post where they cld sex them at 4 weeks but I couldn't find the thread.. figured it was worth a shot. Ready to know what the baby is.
Welcome to BYC.
I am pretty sure that certain breeds can be sexed at 4 weeks...some can even be sexed at hatch.
Waiting is the worst! huh
I hope you get what you want...a girl..I am assuming.
Depending on the breed, some can be sexed as young as 4 weeks. So can early blooming cockerels. Yours is neither, but it's not a big deal, just post pictures in a few more weeks. The wait is hard, huh!
Oh, I totally understand! I even have determined gender at 3 weeks before, but that said, all babies mature at different rates. Also cockerels and pullets of certain breeds feather in differently, making things easier.
Wait a couple weeks and post more pics.
Is there only one chick? I enjoy watching the very young and at 4 weeks my Rhode Island reds roosters were bugging the girls and getting into mischief, while the hens were crawling into my lap,
Comparing them to others is a good indicator