I'm not sure about sexing wildmarked chicks, but once the duckwing patterned chicks get to a few weeks old it's usually pretty easy to sex them due to their differing colorations.So supposedly people claim you can sex wildmarked chicks. Anyone have evidence you can?
Also wanted to show off my oldest chick trio. All full blooded siblings, I promise.
I have noticed so far that all my white chicks (had 4, now I have 3 cause one decided to go for a swim ) have kept their orange legs and are all female. Just a curious notice
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I'm curious too about the patch of color I got on this white girl
And the whites definately seem recessive. I remember reading somewhere that depending on the line, white Phoenix will have either white legs or yellow/orangish legs. The white legged ones means the white is dominant, and the yellow legs means it's recessive. Hope that helps!
And I've also seen that dark dot on the heads of some of my silver gingers, but none so far have turned out white, instead they turn out to be very light dun or khaki silver gingers. I'll have to post some pictures soon!