Guess the breed, please? Cockerel or pullet?

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by CDocG3122, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. CDocG3122

    CDocG3122 Hatching

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    Hi! I bought these chicks from a teacher who had them in class until they hatched. They are now about 4 weeks old but am not sure if it’s an Easter Egger, Ameraucana, or what. Can anyone figure this out? Also, any ideas if they are pullets or cockerels? Thanks in advance!
     

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  2. chrissynemetz

    chrissynemetz Free Ranging

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    Can you get some full body pictures maybe?
     
  3. Pretty Birds

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    The ones with dark legs look like easter eggers.
     
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    CDocG3122 Hatching

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    Here are a few- there are two chicks
     

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  5. MagpieDucks

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    Easter Eggers, probably a pair.
     
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  6. CDocG3122

    CDocG3122 Hatching

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    It’s hard to guess which may be a a rooster after all that I’ve read. They seem aggressive to all their mates despite all arriving together
     
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  7. chrissynemetz

    chrissynemetz Free Ranging

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    They look like Easter Eggers, and the one who is starting to have a comb in that top picture could possibly be a cockerel. It's still a little early to know for sure, but with that one I'm thinking boy.
     
  8. Pretty Birds

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    I agree.
     
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  9. Roo5

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    None of the birds above in the op posts are Easter eggers
     
  10. Roo5

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    Their also pretty young to sex,I’d wait a few more weeks
     

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