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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ftfarmer22, Apr 14, 2016.
Yep, he is a rooster.
That's what I was afraid of. I did get this shot, comparing him to his sister, and the difference was pretty clear:
Thanks for your help!
I know it's hard to tell I don't have any other pictures of it. But I ordered 1 dozen pullets, all were white or black. This one's colors have completely changed, has a large cone which the others don't and seems more aggressive/protective of the others. Before they went to the coop they were boxed and when they started to feather all the other hens pecked and pulled feathers from this one.
Looks like a rooster.
**** that leaves me with three roosters I have no use for. And that also leaves me with 8 hens. I have 3 houses that need eggs. Will 8 hens supply enough or should I get some more?
It depends how many eggs each house gets a week. If each house gets about a dozen a week then, yes, that will supply enough. But it also depends on the breed of your hens. Some breeds lay more or less.
These are looking roosih...
Can't really see these to make a guess
Arghhhh I knew it
I have three silver laced Wyandottes and two of them look like they have more white on them.. Is this normal for them to look like this? I don't think they are roosters.. They are 12 weeks old, could anyone tell my why? Thanks!