Multiple muts i want to know the gender of please help....*Picture heavy*

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Singlemaple, May 19, 2012.

  1. Singlemaple

    Singlemaple Songster

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    So all these birds are 10 and 13 weeks. I will list the age and what i think where its parents, these are all birds i hatched.

    Chicken #1 .... 10 week old EE X partridge rock hen... most likely a rooster
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    Chicken #1 Face of EEXPR
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    13 week old EE x PR next to Chicken #1 (10 week old EE x PR) both are roos i think.. just want to double check.
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    Here is Chicken #1 Again
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    Chicken #2 this is a 13 wk old from mt SLWxEE rooster and a NHR hen is it a boy?
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    Here it is Chicken #2 again with Chicken #4 the back left and another 13 wk old EE X in the back.
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    Chicken #2 again.
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    Chicken #3 This one hatched from a green egg and is 10 wks old i have no idea what it is.
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    and Chicken #4 the last one is an EE X NHR i think.. it is 13 wks old..
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    So what do you think they are? If you need more pictures i can take more..
     
    Last edited: May 19, 2012
  2. bucky52

    bucky52 Songster

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    picture #3 looks like a americanua?
     
  3. Singlemaple

    Singlemaple Songster

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    Yeah i figured i just really want to know the genders... a majority of the chicks i hatched are from my Americana rooster and either a Americana hen or a NH hen..
     
  4. Singlemaple

    Singlemaple Songster

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    does anyone have any input on the genders of these birds?
     
  5. lsg1007

    lsg1007 Songster

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    I would say 3 and 4 are pullets, given the coloring of 4 and the combs/wattles of 3 &4. And roos for 1&2. (The 13 wk EE x in the back with 4 and 2 is a pullet, too)
     

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