Not Sure If You've Got A Pullet Or Cockerel? Click Here! Thread 2

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by ftfarmer22, Apr 14, 2016.

  1. ftfarmer22

    ftfarmer22 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I agree. That's a rooster for sure.
     
  2. chick1114

    chick1114 Out Of The Brooder

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    Do you know what the second one is?
     
  3. newchick39

    newchick39 Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi i posted some pics on this thread on page 25 im not sure if i did it in the correct spot how do i see the replies? ? Ive started a new thread but haven't been on one with so many people
     
  4. newchick39

    newchick39 Out Of The Brooder

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    heres my first post
     
  5. EchoandBella

    EchoandBella New Egg

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    This is my family's second generation, we were lucking with our first and got all hens. This batch was not so lucky. The last photo we're 100% sure that he's a roo, but the first two we're not sure on. One of the bantam silver sebrights is a possible roo, because he has his comb filling in while the other doesn't. We just kind of want to have confirmation on their genders. Thanks for the help. :)
     
  6. lclark

    lclark 20 acres bliss

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    HI! #7 looks like a young cockerel for sure. Nice chicks [​IMG]
     
  7. newchick39

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    Thank you that's what i thought. What about the other EEgger and the #1 has just a little pink in her comb i cannot have roosters where i live and its so hard not to get attached.
     
  8. lclark

    lclark 20 acres bliss

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    The other EE is hard to tell from the photos. With my barred rock pullets their combs are yellow and quite small. I'm sorry, I know that probably doesn't help much for now. Especially if you'll have to find different homes for any roos. The breeds can vary so much and sometimes just depends on the bird himself/herself. Good luck with your flock! They're all very nice looking!
     
  9. MeepMeeps

    MeepMeeps Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Is my Georgiana actually a "George?"
    5.5 wk old BA on right. She/he has pointier tail feathers than the others.

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  10. newchick39

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    I'll wait a few more weeks hopefully they'll all be girls if not ill look for new homes. Thank you
     

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