Hi Im haveing problems

Chickensrock123

In the Brooder
5 Years
Oct 6, 2014
12
1
22

I have people saying these two are both Roosters and I have people saying ones a rooster and ones a hen Can anyone tell me if they are or not
 

mightymax

Songster
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Oct 8, 2013
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You might have better luck finding out if you post in the 'What gender or breed is this' category. Just go to where you first found this thread and scroll down a ways, it should be right there! At a glance I'd say that the one on the right is definitely a roo and the one on the left...??? Might have to wait to see if it drops and egg or not...lol !!!
 

Chickensrock123

In the Brooder
5 Years
Oct 6, 2014
12
1
22
well i just had someone tell me they wasnt both roosters i thought they where thats why in wondering if im right or not
 

Toddrick

Songster
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Sep 28, 2014
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Indiana
I know nothing of the breeds, but the one on the right has a single long feather sticking up from its rear, which is a classic rooster trait. Also, his neck feathers look longer/ornate. Can't tell on the left one at all, since I'm not that experienced, and it isn't a good photo of him, but I see a black rooster behind him :).
 
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Ol Grey Mare

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Mar 9, 2014
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This is not the best photo for such a determination - but both appear to be cockerels from what can be seen. Side profile shots showing each bird tip-to-tail would be helpful.
 

speckledhen

Intentional Solitude
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Since your photo doesn't show the back end of the one on the left well (the one on the right is male), look at this male trait in my photos, though a different breed. Pointy fringe of saddle feathers is always male. Always. If yours has that, it's a cockerel.


 
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