Need help identifying!

Sorensen34

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Hey!
so my favorite babies are growing combs and one has wattles pretty much overnight!
I live in Philly and my neighbors are cool with hens but roos will be a real problem-real quick lol.
They are 8 weeks old and are sweet as can be. In the coop and run they get along perfectly! As soon as they are in our yard, their necks puff out and they challenge each other—but not for long. I’m specifically looking at the barred rock looking one and my brownie (breed unknown)
 

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NatJ

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Agreed, two cockerels. The barred one might be a Black Sexlink instead of a Barred Rock, but it looks like a cockerel to me regardless of what breed it is.
 

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