The comb is the red thing on top of the head. Whether it's pointy or not does not tell the gender of the chicken. Roosters usually have larger combs than hens, but some breeds have smaller or larger combs than others.I thinks its a female, the comb isn’t pointed like a roo’s, and the thing under the chin is not long like a roo’s it is shorter like a hens. I’m no expert I’ve only looked up pictures of Roos and hens to see which that look like. Everyone thinks its a roo but I honestly think its a hen.
We have one adult female, Henrietta, who has five orphan teenager baby chickens that she’s taking care of. They’re all free range in our yard and sleep in the coop at night.He's definitely a handsome cockerel. How many other roosters and hens do you have?
Yes, all roosters crow.Darn!! No matter what, he’s still beautiful and I love him all the same! I thought he was a female because he’s never crowed like the rest of our roosters have, and he’s super timid like our females.
Will he crow (or whatever it’s called) like a rooster does?