Maybe a roo?

Aracoix

In the Brooder
May 5, 2017
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It’s an Easter Egger and by far the most outgoing of the flock. I’m thinking she might be a he? Around 3 months old in this photo
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Aunt Angus

Crossing the Road
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Not an expert, but there's nothing there that says cockerel to me.

Cute bird! My BPR was the same way and had a large comb early - even the spurs females sometimes get. She's now my top hen and my best layer.
 

Aracoix

In the Brooder
May 5, 2017
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I lost all but one hen to a fox so I gave her away and started fresh with mostly Easter Eggers. I like the color variety of the flock
 

Aunt Angus

Crossing the Road
Jul 16, 2018
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12,968
762
Nevada County, CA
I lost all but one hen to a fox so I gave her away and started fresh with mostly Easter Eggers. I like the color variety of the flock
I am so sorry about your losses! That's awful... :hugs

I am thinking of getting a few more pullets to make my boy to girl ratio a little better. These are on my want list. They seem like all around good chickens, and they are soooooo cute as chicks!
 

Aracoix

In the Brooder
May 5, 2017
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He never got into the coop, just free ranging. I have 5 acres so they’re here primarily for big control.

I got complacent where I hadn’t lost any for a year or so... then in two days I lost 8.
 

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