Help with Gender of chicks

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by audrey1963, Sep 29, 2008.

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  1. audrey1963

    audrey1963 New Egg

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    :rolleyes:Hello to all you chicken lovers, we have just started keeping chicks we have three at the moment in the coop outside and a little baby cuckoo marans who is 4 days old now.
    My question is we are now not sure if our french copper black is a she/he?? i have taken a pic of her she/he is 8 weeks old could anyone let us know.
    Also the small fawn coloured one which came out of a cuckoo marans egg is questionable as of her colour she is 5 weeks old.
    The bantam light sussex is 12 wks old which we think is a hen but now having doubts . Any advice greatly appreciated.
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    Thank you
    audrey
     
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  2. 2manyhats

    2manyhats Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Go into uploads. Browse for your pics. Upload it. Once uploaded, go into my uploads link in the lower right corner and copy the image address and paste to your post. I always check if it worked with a preview before posting.
     
  3. audrey1963

    audrey1963 New Egg

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    Thank you 2manyhats. Its quite simple when you know how lol.
     
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    2manyhats Chillin' With My Peeps

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    You're welcome. I post it a lot. I know how frustrated I was at first. Your BC looks rooish to me. My cuckoos don't look anything like that fawn one. Mine are 7 wks are distinctly black and white. She's pretty. Maybe someone on here with more experience with marans can help.
     
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