Please help me Brahma is it a pullet?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Bosborne, Apr 3, 2018.

  1. Bosborne

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    Sorry not the best pictures it wouldn’t stay still we got them on 3/6 from tractor supply.
     

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  2. 9chickenwhisperer

    9chickenwhisperer Chirping

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    I say pullet! is its comb red yet?
     
  3. Bosborne

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    No both have barely any comb
     
  4. Redhead Rae

    Redhead Rae Chickens, chickens everywhere!

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    Can you take a picture of the comb?
     
  5. 9chickenwhisperer

    9chickenwhisperer Chirping

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    Didn't realize those were 2 different birds:hmm. if you could get some better pictures it would help too:thumbsup
     
  6. Bosborne

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    Both pics are of the same bird I have 2 though and they look the same I will get some better pictures in a litttle bit and post thanks
     
  7. Bosborne

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    This is bird one
     

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  8. Bosborne

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    This is bird 2
     

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  9. red horse ranch

    red horse ranch Crowing

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    If they are almost a month old I would say pullet. I see no comb development or color. ;)
     
  10. Frazzemrat1

    Frazzemrat1 Free Ranging

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    If they're only 4 weeks its way to soon to tell. Brahmas mature slowly, and I had to wait until mine were 10 weeks to know for sure. That said, at this point, all indicators say pullet. That could change as they mature.
     
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