I hope this isn't a Roo!

tmdove8286

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May 14, 2015
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Please help- my husband and I are nervous our Molly Ringwald is a Roo because none of our other girls have a bright comb and waddle!

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Blackberry18

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It's a cockerel, but the plumage is odd for a male, as it has the black-tipped neck feathers, which is a female characteristic. Also the tail. Nice New Hampshires and Red Sex-Links, though.
 

keesmom

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It's a cockerel, but the plumage is odd for a male, as it has the black-tipped neck feathers, which is a female characteristic. Also the tail.
I agree. The second picture does looks pullet-y, but too much comb for 9 weeks. I am surprised he isn't crowing. I wonder if he is one of those mixed gender birds that occasionally pop up.
 

tmdove8286

Hatching
May 14, 2015
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We got them in the beginning/mid March from TSC... These were "sexed" but we know how that goes... We also got our other girls from the same bin
 

tmdove8286

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May 14, 2015
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That's why we are so confused! :(

"She's" my favorite one too... If it's a Roo- we can't keep it due to regulations
 

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