Is This a Cockerel?

Buddyfarm11

Chirping
7 Years
Feb 9, 2012
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I Have This Buff Brahma Chicken But Im Wondering Is It a Cockerel or a Pullet We all Think He Is a Cockerel But He Hasnt Crowed Or Tried To Maid With The Hens Yet Heres Some PicsAll Help Will Be Appreciated If You Guys Need More Pics Just Say So Thank You
 

Buddyfarm11

Chirping
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Feb 9, 2012
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Phoenix,Arizona
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Now That You Mentioned It Yea I Have an Older Rooster Out With Him Do You Know If I Let Him Be Alone With Hens For a While He Will Start To Act More Like a Rooster
 

aoxa

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Aug 8, 2011
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I have four roos, and only one will crow. Sometimes the beta roo (second in command) will crow in the morning - but it's rare.

That is most definitely a rooster. Pretty boy!
 

donrae

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Brahmas are slower to mature, also. That is a rooster, he's just taking his time. They're also more docile, thus less likely to challenge the dominant roo by crowing or trying to mate, at least until he's older and more developed.
 

Buddyfarm11

Chirping
7 Years
Feb 9, 2012
209
4
91
Phoenix,Arizona
My Coop
Brahmas are slower to mature, also. That is a rooster, he's just taking his time. They're also more docile, thus less likely to challenge the dominant roo by crowing or trying to mate, at least until he's older and more developed.
OK Maybe That's It and He Is More Friendly But Is It Normal If One Of My Other Roosters Tries To Maid With Him I Know It Sounds Kind Of Gay But I Have a Black Laced Polish Rooster Who Tries To Maid With Him I Already Locked Him Up Just To Be Safe Maybe He Confuses Him W/ a Hen
 

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