Pullet or cockerel Light Brahma

Aug 29, 2019
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Any input is welcome...just this past week my Light Brahma Pigwidgeon has gotten a much more prominent and deeper colored comb than all the other chicks. She/he is the only light Brahma so I’m wondering if this is just how the breed matures, or is she a he!?
 

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Chickassan

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Boys tend to get a little rowdy early in life.
Sounds like you have a girl to keep him in line, and you actually needed a fella.
Nice when everything falls in place.:)
He is sure maturing differently from the rest of the flock. I caught him trying to pounce on the smaller Blue Cochin. The lead Guinea hen also rounds Him/her off when the bullying starts.
 

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