Help Buff Orpington 8-10 week old Sexing

chicken life14

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Hi everyone
I had posted about sexing my Buff Orps 2 weeks ago and I was told there was a slim chance that this BO could be a pullet. Here is an update, is it a roo or a pullet? Is there any chance it could be a pullet?
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for reference this is her/him at 6 weeks:
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Not judging on combing actually, although my 10-11 week old BO cockerel has less comb. Mine does have a very small amount of combing for his age.
There are Buff Orpington 'pullet' faces, and there are Buff Orpington 'cockerel' faces.
This is a cockerel face.
While I don't judge by tail at this age, the tail has grown in a cockerel way too.

I'd still keep it for now because there are always exceptions to the rule.
 

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