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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Wallas, Sep 4, 2015.
The picture doesn't show any sign of comb - please do post again when he is older
I'll post picks weekly of he/she growth thank you for the all of your responses. Either way he/she is going to be a beaut, already showing signs of a large muff.
Ok so here is week 2's pics I'm still thinking male.
It isn't showing signs of being a cockerel yet.
That is good news, just a individual i guess she is still so much bigger than her sisters and that neck she always stands like she is standing in the first picture.
I agree; I don't see anything screaming cockerel at this point. )
Here we go week 3 and the comb is turning red fast, all of the other EE have had no color change on their combs. This chick is still the biggest by far. Let me know what y'all think?
Because of his patchy coloring and fairly large comb that has triple rows of pea combs, it is a cockerel.
I just had a feeling about this one, don't worry I already had the feelers out for him to find a new home. It sure was easy to find people that want a nice roo.
Thanks for your input rhodebar!