I have to know.. what is this? Roo or Pullet?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Chirpy, Jun 24, 2008.

  1. Chirpy

    Chirpy Balderdash

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    It's just funny to me that so many people want to know what their day or week old chicks are. The people on this board are so knowledgeable I thought ... you never know ... maybe someone can tell?


    Sorry ... My bad!
     
  2. kurby

    kurby Songster

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  3. Hangin Wit My Peeps

    Hangin Wit My Peeps AutumnBreezeChickens.com

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    [​IMG] That's a good one...I wish SOMEONE could tell!
     
  4. cluckychick

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    Well....due to coloration, overall shape, and porous look I would say a pullet of the brown egg laying variety or even possibly a roo that sorry will not lay eggs for you, lol.
     
  5. OHMYCHICKIES

    OHMYCHICKIES Songster

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    Hmm....I'm kinda new at this, but the coloring looks more to be ....hmm....a roo!


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  6. Colored Egg Farmer

    Colored Egg Farmer Chicken overload

    Its a roo not its a hen not its a roo no its a hen no the chicken came before egg LOL
     
  7. busybychoice

    busybychoice In the Brooder

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    You guys and gals are funny people!
     
  8. Kessidy

    Kessidy Songster

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    I am fairly certian that it is a roo. Sorry.
     
  9. johnmayersquare

    johnmayersquare Let's Talk About Chicks, Man!

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    Hahahahaahahaha......TOO FUNNY! [​IMG]
     
  10. MonkeyZero

    MonkeyZero Songster

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    Dowse it!!! Take a pendulum, and wave it over, if it(the pendulum) rocks back and forth, roo, if in circles, a hen. It works all the time.
     

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