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New group of youngsters, roos or pullets??

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Tashnarae, Jul 21, 2016.

  1. Tashnarae

    Tashnarae In the Brooder

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    So... I'm new to having my own chickens, and decided to go with pullets for my first go round. I picked these up on Tuesday...two sets of 5 that are similar in age... the 4black ones are a bit older, as well as the silver colored one that came with them... those 5 I'm 95%certain are hens, as well as likely to be ameraucana... the other 5 however are questionable... some type of EE...and a few weeks younger (still have a bit of baby fluff) I'm pretty sure at least 2 are roos, but the other three have me very not sure.... hopefully these pics are good enough, if not I'll try again...

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    #4 & #5 I'm already convinced are roosters, but confirmation would be nice.
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    Last pic is the group of black girls... they're almost all identical other than some small size differences....
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  3. Tashnarae

    Tashnarae In the Brooder

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    I'd actually already read through a lot of the "how to tell" threads before I even went to get them... the two roos that I'm almost positive of were ones I was pretty sure were roos in the sale coop... and yeah, #2 is the other one I'm getting the biggest "roo" vibe from too....
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  4. Tashnarae

    Tashnarae In the Brooder

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    #3 is one of my favorites so far, she's a bit fussy when you hold her, not too difficult to catch though... still crossing fingers that she isn't he, but seems the most likely pullet out of that bunch overall.... [​IMG]
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