Holy Roosters Batman :/ Pullet or Roo ???

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by The Noodle Farm, Jun 30, 2016.

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  4. The Noodle Farm

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    I will value anyone's opinion please
     
  5. FFFAviaries

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    Pullet. At this point, you would see pointed feathers (and they would likely be red-tinged to match the black copper hackle) in both the neck (hackle) and in the saddle area. She clearly has the rounded pullet feathers in the neck. No long sickle feathers coming in on the tail. Looks to me like a nice pullet.
     
  6. The Noodle Farm

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    Thank you again. I've been stressing over this all day.
     
  7. TheKindaFarmGal

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    Definitely a very pretty pullet. How old?
     
  8. The Noodle Farm

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    Thank you so much. She is 16 weeks old
    She is gorgeous... One of the reasons I thought she was a rooster
     
  9. TheKindaFarmGal

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    She is getting close to laying! Good looking girl for sure!
     
  10. The Noodle Farm

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    How exciting!! My daughter is 4 and she is super excited to see eggs from our hens. How long have you raised chickens? This is my first go at it.
     

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