In the Brooder
- Aug 25, 2020
I’ll take a pic of the two that are laying. One of the pullets has a large flappy comb (very unusual bc I thought it was a roo for a while but I was getting 2 eggs a day) and the other one has a comb that’s similar to the other one mentioned above.Going by comb size:
If you have two others that are laying, how does the comb size compare? If the comb on this one is a similar size or smaller, it is probably female. If this one has a much larger comb, it is probably male.
For saddle feathers:
I agree, those do not look like male feathers.
And males usually seem to grow pointy saddle feathers before the females start laying.
So unless hen-feathered Ayam Cemani's exist, it should be a female.