New Hamps...Boy or girl??? OK I added two more pics. different chicks.

Chris Herzog

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Guys,
I have two NH's that hatched on Thanksgiving day so they are about 40 day old. Any idea, two boys, two girls??? I'm guessing two boys!

First one...
109472_new_hamp_1.jpg

109472_new_hamp_1b.jpg


Ok, this is the second one...
109472_new_hamp_2b.jpg

109472_new_hamp_2.jpg


Thanks,
Chris
 
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Chris Herzog

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OK 2 more chicks but these are less than a week old.

I going with two boys again with these two....so what do you think?

109472_nh_chick_1.jpg

109472_nh_chick_1a.jpg


And then this one....

109472_nh_chick_2.jpg

109472_nh_chick_2a.jpg


Not great pics but take a stab at it, thanks!

Chris
 

Campesina

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Can someone tell me how to know these are roos???

I have a Buff Orpington who looks just like this.. is she a roo maybe??
 

BlazeJester

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Campesina -

With the original chick pictures you can tell they're roos because of the very notable growth of comb and wattles at a very young age (approximately 7 weeks). Females will still have yellow or light pink comb and wattles and will typically not be that large at that age.

The other chicks are either too young to tell, or the pictures are too washed out by the flash.
 

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