In the Brooder
- Jun 3, 2020
Almost 7 weeks ago I got 10 barred rock chicks. They were only a few days old when I got them and all supposed to be female. I didn't pay attention possible earlier signs of whether any of them might be male because I just trusted what I was told. I probably wouldn't have questioned it if not for two that are obviously different than the rest. 7 of the girls all have similar amounts of white and black on their feather (some of their black is little lighter than others) But these two we've named Kiara and Mara. Their feather on their chest and necks are more white and have a different pattern even. I can't find similar pictures online to even compare them too. Here's Mara and Kiara together.