Guess the gender?

Northernchickens

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Ok I know my pics dont quite meet the guidelines (it is so difficult to take good chicken photos!) but based on these photos any guesses for gender?
Photo 1&2 - 8wk brahma
Photo 3 - 8wk old hedemora
Photo 4 - 10wk old ameraucanas
 

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slordaz

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suspecting the 2 on left might be cockerels but not sure, the others look like pullets to me. Not being really good pictures, which I know unless they are handled a lot it's hard to do unless ya can do it after they roost. Best bet is wait a bit longer and repost pictures or wait a bit they usually start laying between 4-6 months, but Roosters mature faster than hens, first one notice how the comb is already starting to get redder than the others
 

Northernchickens

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Jul 13, 2019
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Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
The breed?
Ameraucana don't come in those colors, and I believe I see green legs. The pics aren't so clear.
Supposed to be silver ameraucana, their legs are blueish grey and bottoms are white, but yes not the best pics! I would actually love it if they were EEs! The really silver one is suspicious but the other ones colors are identical to the silver ameraucana on the ameraucana breeder's website. I will try to get better photos. I did buy them from an actual breeder not a hatchery. But I do hope you are right!
 

Northernchickens

Songster
Jul 13, 2019
109
172
116
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
suspecting the 2 on left might be cockerels but not sure, the others look like pullets to me. Not being really good pictures, which I know unless they are handled a lot it's hard to do unless ya can do it after they roost. Best bet is wait a bit longer and repost pictures or wait a bit they usually start laying between 4-6 months, but Roosters mature faster than hens, first one notice how the comb is already starting to get redder than the others
Sounds good! Ill wait a another week or two when they feather out a bit more! Thank you
 

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