Hen or Roo??

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by jason103173, Aug 17, 2014.

  1. jason103173

    jason103173 Hatching

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    Im thinking this might be a Roo?? Looks to have little starts of spurs. He/She is around 6 weeks old.[​IMG]

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  2. Mountain Peeps

    Mountain Peeps Change is inevitable, like the seasons

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    Looks like a pullet to me.

    WELCOME TO BYC!
     
  3. Eepster

    Eepster Chirping

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    Pullet and :welcome
     
  4. btruegs

    btruegs Chirping

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    looks like a pullet, i can only see the bootom pic. good luck with your flock!
     
  5. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Crowing

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    [​IMG] I think your chick is a pullet.
     
  6. jason103173

    jason103173 Hatching

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    ok thanks! believe it or not im kinda hopimg for a roo in my flock. I ordered 21 chicks from mcmurray 1 being a roo and he didn't make it so I don't have one. I know I don't kneed one but was kinda wanting one.
     
  7. Caheen

    Caheen In the Brooder

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    Chances are that in your bunch you might still have a roo hiding. Lol! One of my assorted brown egg layers is a speckled sussex roo.
     
  8. Ol Grey Mare

    Ol Grey Mare One egg shy of a full carton. .....

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    Good news is that this time of year roosters are easy to come by as all those folks who did not want one are finding them in their batches of "pullets" from this spring...........in fact, depending on your location you may find someone here who is nearby you that has an extra roo or two
     
  9. jason103173

    jason103173 Hatching

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    Thanks! I most ke a post looking for a roo
     

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