Now 10 days old ** PICS ** Which are which????

Chief

Songster
10 Years
Oct 17, 2009
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I have listened to everyones advice on how to sex them, but the conclusions seem to conflict. If the hen marks the males them I'd say the dark legged ones are the cockerels. But looking at the combs and posture I think some of the light ones could be males also.
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Chief

Songster
10 Years
Oct 17, 2009
335
2
121
Pennsylvania
Ok, If that is true the girls have green legs like their mother. And the boys yellow like the Dad. Is that typical?
 

Chief

Songster
10 Years
Oct 17, 2009
335
2
121
Pennsylvania
Thanks they are cute, Huh?

It's driving me up a wall that I cant tell. I really doesn't matter, by the look of it I have 5 of each either way. I just wish I knew.
 

Happy Chooks

Free Ranging
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11 Years
Jul 9, 2009
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It's hard to wait, I know. I have an olive egger that I'm just hoping is a girl. "She's" 2 1/2 weeks old right now, and while I think she looks girly, I'm not positive.
 

JulieZ

Songster
9 Years
Feb 5, 2010
323
2
119
Trenton, Florida
I'm not an expert by far ... I'm only here for moral support of having to wait.
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I'm in the same boat ... mine are only 4.5 weeks old. I received good news that my Dark Brahma may be a hen due to penciling.
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Keep us all posted ... I'll be watching.

Julie
 

happytxchick

Egg Song Acre
10 Years
Jul 8, 2009
751
6
131
Sulphur Springs, TX
I'm serious about the feathering. The ONLY breed I've had that was opposite were cuckoo Marans. I have EEs; it's always worked on them, and all of the other breeds I keep except for that one experience w/Marans.
 

MANNA-PRO

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