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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by mj657657, Jul 29, 2016.
I have the same question. I had a hen who was brooding but the eggs didn't hatch. After one month of her sitting on the eggs, I went to the farm store and purchased 3 one day old chicks and that night when she was asleep about 11PM I put them under her and took the bad eggs. She immediately started to talk "her" babies and all was well. She is a coo coo maran and the chicks are black Australorps don't know if I spelled either of those correctly. So now is we are at 10 weeks and 2 chicks have combs and wattles and one has none. Do I have 2 roos and a hen or might they all be hens. Any one venture a guess. I went back to the store and even though the sign posted on the chicks coop said that they were sexted, the clerk told me that was only 90% accurate and "They do not take back roosters.". Thanks.
2nd pic is a pullet, lower two cockerels
Vjreilly, looks like you're correct the two on the bottom
Are Roos and the one without comb and wattles is a pullet. Mine are a australorp mix, most of the Roos were really obvious very early. But this one is in the middle, I am swaying towards a roo with mine just due to body structure even though the wattles and comb aren't quite large.
Pullet. Black Mincora?
VJreilly, you have two cockerels and one pullet.
Anyone else would like to guess ?
Absolutely a pullet...