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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Trouble1391, Dec 3, 2016.
I can't tell whether my EE is
a she or he.... I'm guessing she?
The black and white one is a definite roo along with the one in the back with the pea comb and white feathered neck. The brown one in the front is a female along with all of the others.
X2 The Barred Rock and the one with a pea comb and white feathered neck are definitely young cockerels....All the others look like pullets.
thank you!the EE was the one that was confusing me at first because her comb is so big.... but her "saddle feathers" are rounded so I was on the fence
Actually, i just zoomed in on the photo...the EE does have a large red comb...is she a pure? Normally EEs dont have a single comb... i *think*. What age? With a red comb like that shes either close to laying, or she may be a cockerel. Im not too sure...she does have round saddle feathers....
the brown bird in front is a female.
I agree, with that straight comb she may not lay colored eggs for you. Pea combs and the blue egg gene are closely related, so they usually go together. But she'll be an egg layer, not a crower.
Definately not pure majority of my chickens are mutts (I like em dirty lol) and as far as age I'm not 100% sure I got em from someone who had a mixed flock and didn't know for sure.... the rooster has mounted her a couple times but that comb and her saddle feathers had me scratching my head....me and my hubby have had a fun game of Ho or crow