Orpington girls or boys

Cooper88

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Omg... I got three "hens" from a farm. They told me that all of them they were girls. Can you please help me? I don't know if they are girls of boys.
 

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Rhodebar Lover

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Leaning towards you having a pair, along with the RIR being a definite cockerel. Sometimes Orps are slower to mature as to why your probable cockerel isn't as developed as the RIR.
 
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The 2 “blonde” ones are most likely Buff Orpingtons. You have definitely have 1 female of them possible 2. The 1 looks like it could be a rooster but when I look at the tail feathers it looks like the other one. The red one is definitely a rooster. How I can tell is on the top of their heads if the comb is bigger then the other it most like a rooster and you can tell by tail feathers sometimes too. Everyone has different ways of telling male and female tho.
 

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