Help with Bantam Chick Sexing

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Diamond Peno, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. Diamond Peno

    Diamond Peno Songster

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    I have a few Bantams Some I am pretty sure are roos but some I am not sure on. Bantams at times are harder for me then the non ones. lol They are a little older now like 2 weeks from these pictures BUT I can get updated ones and post if that helps and no one can tell.
    IN the silkies I think it goes in the picture Roo, hen, hen, Roo
    Silver Sebrights : Hen, Roo
    Golden Sebrights : Roo, Hen, Hen, Possible hen, Roo
    brown an white one: Not sure of breed probable old English game and white but thinking Roo for brown an Hen for white.
     

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  2. AlleysChicks

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    Agree on the silver seabrights.
    Silkies need awhile longer.
    Your chipmunk chick is a old English Game bantam. Not sure about the white.
    Golden seabrights need more time also.
     
  3. Diamond Peno

    Diamond Peno Songster

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    I looked up the white bantams and I dont think its a black tail probably just a white bantam I seen them called or white Old English from what I looked up. Give me a few to grab some updated pictures as they are 2 weeks older then these ones taken.
     
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  4. Diamond Peno

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    Updated pictures of the bantams 4/20/18
    PS ignore the cat in the back.. he is a kitten and learning NOT to mess with them and things. He is good with my mice, rats and budgies but is for some reason fascinated more with the bantams. trying to teach him they are NOT play toys. and being part bengal they are a tad different then a normal cat lol
    1st 3 pictures are of the silvers the one is def a roo lol
    there are quite a few of the silkies all together then 2 each upclose.
    same with the Golden Sebrights lots of pictures and up close.
    The brown and white not so many pictures.
    Hope these may help. the silkies it may not but the rest it may.
     

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  5. Crazy for Chickens!

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    They are a bit young, but as of now, these are early cockerels:
    Both your Silver Sebrights
    1, 3, and 5 of the Golden Sebrights in our group photo
    Please wait until 6 weeks on the rest of them, then post pics of their combs in natural daylight without flash if possible.
    Your white chick looks to be a Easter Egger. It has green legs, correct?
     
  6. Diamond Peno

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    as in 6 weeks from now old? as they are already 2 months old. the white one if its easter egger has to be a bantam one as she came in with my bantams. lol
     
  7. Seaecho

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    Fifth picture down on the left is a roo.
     
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