Isbars! Help with sexing!

erysette

Chirping
Apr 6, 2017
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East Wallingford, VT
Hi there. I have two blue and one black Isbar about 15-17ish weeks old. I’m having a harder time judging if they are pullets or cockerels and would really appreciate help! :barnie

Some pictures...

Blue #1
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Black:
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Blue #2:

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MROO

Enabler
Feb 26, 2018
7,557
39,092
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The North-Eastern Corner of Maryland
I'm no expert, and I know little to nothing about Isbars, but if they run along the same lines as other standard fowl, I'd say they all look like pullets. At almost 4 months old, I would expect to see pointed hackle and sickle feathers and much more pronounced combs and wattles. How'd you get so lucky? If they were at my house, at least two (maybe all three) would have been crowing by now!
 

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