Need help sexing my babies

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Chickiepoo87, Nov 14, 2018.

  1. Chickiepoo87

    Chickiepoo87 Songster

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    IMG_20181114_094941.jpg 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20181112193418183_COVER.jpg 00100dPORTRAIT_00100_BURST20181112193423916_COVER.jpg IMG_20181114_212720.jpg IMG_20181114_095141.jpg Ok so, currently we have a total of 11 chicks. They came from rural King and allegedly 10 are pulkets, the black copper maran was the only one from a straight run and she is approx 5-6 weeks old!! I also posted pictures of my blue andalusians and white leghorn.. mostly because I know that the chances of them not all being pullets is pretty good! Thank you in advance :)
     

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  2. oldhenlikesdogs

    oldhenlikesdogs Chicken tender

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    They are a bit young, but I don't see any obvious boys currently.
     
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    ChickNanny13 Crossing the Road

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    Repost individual pics when they're 6 - 8wks, they are cute
     
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    Thank you! They are literally my children LOL even though I have 6 kids already

    According to a chart I'm going by, the Leghorn and Moran should be at least 6 weeks, the and illusions are probably about 5... Does that seem accurate to you? This is my first time with chicks so I'm learning as I go :)
     
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  5. chicken1234

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    They are really sweet and you have a nice set up. I would wait a couple more weeks and then post individual pictures showing combs and the side of their faces. You will notice the boys get larger combs with more of a red colour and usually develop a "cocky" pushy attitude.
     
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