HOUDANS, CAN YOU TELL MY SEX???????

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by shai121, Mar 15, 2013.

  1. shai121

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    I got these chicks from tractor supply March 2. They are assorted bantams. what breed do you think?

    From the pictures i have saw they look like houdan chicks. Can you tell the sex?

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    Chick 2 ( we are working on an eye infection)


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  2. shai121

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    Anyone :)
     
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  3. Chickenfan4life

    Chickenfan4life Crowing

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    They both look like pullets to me. :) Good luck on that eye infection!
     
  4. shai121

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    I am hoping for pullets! Thank you for your response
     

  5. shai121

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    :)
     
  6. TheCrazyClucker

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    They both look like beautiful pullets.
    My Houdan hens looked exactly like yours when they were chicks. So, I'm sure you have some pretty Houdans there :)
    Hope this helps!
     
  7. Chickenfan4life

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    No problemo! Anytime. :)
     

  8. shai121

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    ok question? one of my houdans has two red things coming in on top of beak and my other doesnt. Does this mean the one with two red looking horns is a boy and the other is a girl?
     
  9. shai121

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    anyone?????
     

  10. ramirezframing

    ramirezframing Crowing

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    probably, rooster develop way before hens but pictures would help as polish don't normally develop this quick (within a month)
     

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