Hens or Roos?

Walkie85

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Anyone keen to guess what gender my little guys are? Polish Bantams are 7 weeks and the Wyandotte’s are 5 weeks
 

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Ahonahome1018

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Walkie85 Looks like you have a lot of cockerels. :) Wait until they're 10+ weeks old because that's when you can see sickle feather's coming in. General rule is any comb and wattle development at this stage means boy. My little Golden Laced doesn't have the comb yours does but it looks like your Silver Laced might be a girl.
 

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They are most likely all cockerels. I'm not positive though.

Repost pics of their combs when the polish are 12 weeks. And include pics of the saddle area.

Repost pics of the Wyandottes when they are around 7 weeks. Just the comb.
 

oldhenlikesdogs

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I would wait a few more weeks. The gold laced Wyandotte should get darker over the shoulders if male in the next few weeks, the polish both crests look female to me. I would wait. :confused:
 

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