Is this one a rooster?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Kateluvchickans, May 6, 2016.

  1. Kateluvchickans

    Kateluvchickans Out Of The Brooder

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    So I got my chicks and they said that they were sexed pullets, but I think that one, the one on the bottom, is a rooster. they are two weeks old, and the others have significant wing growth.
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  2. Fuzzyrules

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    What type of chicken is it?
     
  3. Kateluvchickans

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    Black austrolorps
     
  4. Kateluvchickans

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    black austrolorps
     
  5. Fuzzyrules

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    Sorry, don't know much about that breed.
     
  6. Kateluvchickans

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    ok, thanks any ways!
     
  7. ChickNanny13

    ChickNanny13 Overrun With Chickens

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    Need a picture of the face/comb, how old? Look pretty young yet, easier to sex at about 6 - 8 wks.
     
  8. ChickenLover200

    ChickenLover200 Overrun With Chickens

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  9. Kateluvchickans

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    they are two and a half weeks old, and one has significantly smaller wings then the others. the one on the top is another chick, and the one in the middle and end is the one I think is a rooster.
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  10. kamrynwade

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    The feet are looking a lot like a rooster but the comb/ waddles aren't developed enough to tell yet.
     

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