Help Sex The Chickens Please *pic Heavy*

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by countrygirl911, Jul 24, 2010.

  1. countrygirl911

    countrygirl911 Songster

    Jun 17, 2010
    Mississippi
    Hi i am a proud owner of 10 wonderful chickens I have 3 RIR's That are 12 to 13 weeks old, 2 BR's that are 12 to 13 weeks old, 3 Amerciaunas that are 10 to 11 weeks old and 2 BSL/Black Stars that are 10 to 11 weeks old . I would appreciate any help I can get I just want to make sure i do not have 2 Roo's.

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  2. JUST guessing, I'm no expert... just labeling pics 1-11

    1 Kinda long in the saddle, but compared to 2... I'll risk Girl.

    2 Seems kinda cocky, but that comb is SMALL...

    3 Leaning towards ladies, nosey ladies.

    4 Leaning lady....

    5 Lady and the Tramp? (front to back)

    6 Lady?

    7 Lady

    8 All Boy.

    9 Nosey girl, hard to tell on the one in back but the comb looks small from here??

    10 Look like ladies to me.

    11 Ladies with that one spunky fella playing the caboose.

    Again, just my guesses. I am a TOTAL noob. *passes salt cellar*
     
    Last edited: Jul 24, 2010
  3. cterbizan

    cterbizan Songster

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    I am more of a saddle feather sexer. If you do not want to take more pics take a look at the feathers right above the tail if oval then female if pointy then male. To me pic 1 is female from what I can see and pic 2 looks male. BRs are both female and I can not tell on the rest.
     
  4. askjcm2005

    askjcm2005 Songster

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    The 5th and the last picture with the black and white chickens are barred rocks and they are both females. Thats all I know. LOL
     
  5. ChooksChick

    ChooksChick BeakHouse's Mad Chicken Scientist

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    I see all girls except for that one very manly red.
     
  6. countrygirl911

    countrygirl911 Songster

    Jun 17, 2010
    Mississippi
    ty everyone i really appreciate the help When can i expect the one ROO to start trying to crow i can not wait to hear his firsl attempt i suspected roo becasue he look different from the rest and also he chases the girls around trying to peck at their necks once in a while I know what he is already thinking about lol again thank you for your help
     
    Last edited: Jul 25, 2010
  7. chickensnax

    chickensnax In the Brooder

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    I'm pretty new to this as well, but from what I can see the only one that looks like a rooster is that one red with the very big comb and developing wattles. My baby boys started crowing or practicing crowing at four to five months, it all depends on the individual. Just like we all learn to walk at different ages, so goes the crowing. [​IMG]
     
  8. Yep, they're all pullets except the one you know, your RIR.
     
  9. chickenprincess92

    chickenprincess92 Chirping

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    1 girl
    2 girl
    3 girl
    4 girl
    5 the one in the front is a girl but the one in the back is a roo
    6 girl
    7 girl
    8 boy
    9 girl
    10 girl
    11 all girls exept that roo in the back
     

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