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Need help id'ing and sexing my baby bantams!

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by mountainviolet, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. mountainviolet

    mountainviolet New Egg

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    We have 17 bantam chickens we ordered from Mcmurray about 9 weeks ago. we are having trouble id'ing some of the chickens. Plus, we just had to give away an Americana (I think) because he was starting to crow, so we need to know any more roosters so i can line up new homes for them!

    Any help is appreciated in sexing or id'ing my chickens!!![​IMG]
    Thanks!

    Americana? is it a female?
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    Our three silkies, Can anyone tell their sex?
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    Does anyone know what Sweetpea is? and is "she" a female?
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    Three of our red frizzles (one isn't frizzled) do they look female?
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    And our black frizzle...
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    Menace, he/she? and what is he?
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    Goldilocks (with a turkey head), what is she?
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    Is my black tailed Japanese look female?
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  2. Wally

    Wally Out Of The Brooder

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    I would say the 1st is an Americana pullet

    the silkies look female to me

    #3 I think is another Americana pullet ( ear muffs and bark legs)

    The frizzles look female but I've never had any

    I would say Menace is an Amaricana pullet

    I'm stumped on Goldilocks but I believe a pullet

    Japanese looks female
     
  3. missusduray

    missusduray Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I agree with the previous post.
    [​IMG] Kristyne
     
  4. CarriBrown

    CarriBrown Overrun With Chickens Premium Member

    They are all very pretty, of course, but I love love love the first one!! Beautiful! The grey and red is just awesome.
     
  5. mountainviolet

    mountainviolet New Egg

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    Thanks sooo much guys, i really appreciate all of the replies. The Americana in the first pic had an identical sibling that had to go to a new home with lots of acreage so that he could crow his little head off! I was soo sad [​IMG]
     

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