Olive Eggers?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by WildIrishRose, May 9, 2016.

  1. WildIrishRose

    WildIrishRose Out Of The Brooder

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    Any ideas what this little booger is? I'm fairly certain he's a Roo. They were supposedly 2 weeks old when I got them (i think they were a week), so that would put him at about 4-5weeks old. He's supposed to be an Olive Egger, but I'm just not certain.
    What do y'all think? Looks like a Roo right? And what breed do we think? He's the only one of the 4 I got that doesn't have poofy cheeks.
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  2. WildIrishRose

    WildIrishRose Out Of The Brooder

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    My other suspect OEs.
    This one I'm thinking looks like a pullet.
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    And this one I'm thinking Roo. But um... Does he even look like an OE??
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    Pullet? Still not sure if it's an OE...
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    And this little Barred Rock looks like a boy right???
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  3. Chicken Girl1

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    A little to young to sex yet but the only ones that look like possible cockerels are #1 and #5 (the Barred Rock). Also they all look like OEs, what type of comb does #1 have?
     
  4. WildIrishRose

    WildIrishRose Out Of The Brooder

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    Thank you!
    I THINK #1 has a peacomb. I'm not terribly certain as these are the first I'm raising from chicks. My other girls I bought older. [​IMG]
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  5. Chicken Girl1

    Chicken Girl1 Stuck back in the 40s Premium Member

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    Yes, it has a pea comb :), also I think it is most likely a cockerel.
     

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