I'm absolutely gutted if I'm honest Gina hate getting rid of him I'm guessing the other one is aswel now although she hasn't made a noiseThe farm you got them from needs to up their game. If they are selling chickens, they should know how to sex their birds. By this age, it's reasonably obvious for people that raise chickens regularly.
There is absolutely no doubt it is a cockerel. I'm sorry.
It is DEFINITELY a roo.Ohhh FFS the farm where I got them from are still convinced he's a she are we 100% sure it's not gender confused? As I could probably get around keeping shim the chicken pants are hilarious I'm so sad if it is a Roo as I've sort of bonded with its I love it's personally but I'm now worried for the pets, enter at own perral haha no no on a serious note it's the cat I fear for and my curious bulldog lurcher cross crazy I know but he or she follows the dog everywhere at one point I was convinced tikka had decided to bark and copy the dog maybe i have a 1/1000000000000 gender confused chickdog now this I could cope with hahha think tikka may have to go as I just haven't the heart to eat him
Hahahaha I'm actually finding this kinda funny now so I have 2 Roo's and 3 hens well that's just a recipe for disaster I'm guessing so back to the farm with the boys I bought them from hayrack farm over in Ellesmere port I've messaged them countless time and they keep telling me they are hens even me with no experience can clearly see male I'm just gutted as I've bonded with them especially Tikka the mostSorry....
He's also a cockerel.
Bought him from the same place?
The other two Wyandottes in the background are female, thankfully.