Please tell me that me and my sister where imagining it...

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Cats Critters, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. Cats Critters

    Cats Critters Completely Indecisive

    And there was no crowing coming from my room this morning, where I'm housing my three new female bantam cochins. [​IMG]

    So anyway to was a baby sissy crow and I think it was from one of the younger two

    The Buff one (I really need to name them) who is about 13 months old and I'm almost 100% positive she is female, she was broody for her former owner:
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    The black and white mottled about 3 months old, who is my main suspect due to his redder comb and the fact I've been calling "her" a he on accident since I got them:
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    The pretty little white one, also 3 months and I think a pullet and not the crower:
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    So what are you thinking?
     
  2. juliechick

    juliechick Transplanted Hillbilly

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    Well, the buff and the white look like pullets for sure, so it must be the Mottled one. However, it doesn't look very "roosterish" to me.
     
  3. georgialee

    georgialee Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I'd say it's the mottled, though usually by 3 months Roos are very evident with bantam Cochins.
     
  4. zookeeper15133

    zookeeper15133 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Quote:But if you look at the mottled ones comb compared to the white one, he is the roo.
     
  5. Cats Critters

    Cats Critters Completely Indecisive

    I'm hoping that it was just a weird sound from him/her, but it happened at least 2 times and sounded a lot like when my full size roosters started crowing. I'll everyone know how it develops and if there is anymore crowing.
     

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