Rhode Island Red Rooster or Hen? Help Please! (plenty of photos)

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Hellinahelmet, May 27, 2012.

  1. Hellinahelmet

    Hellinahelmet In the Brooder

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    Around 10 weeks old, I'm not sure this little guy/gal is truly a pullet. He's always very eye catching and finds a way to stand out from everybody else and I'm concerned that this might be a dude. He always has had more of a developed comb and wattles and he seems a little stand-offish compared to the other 34 chickens and duck. Any help figuring out what he/she is would be appreciated.
    Thanks!

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  2. Coop de Grille

    Coop de Grille Songster

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    Looks like a roo to me.
     
  3. ccshambhala

    ccshambhala Songster

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    totally a dude!
     
  4. puglady

    puglady Songster

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    Yup, reminds me of my George.
     
  5. Stephanie739

    Stephanie739 Songster

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    I thought it was a girl [​IMG]
     
  6. Stephanie739

    Stephanie739 Songster

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    but i will go with you guys and say roo...lol i just looked again at my RIR roo, but he is over a year old. I guess this chick just looked like an older pullet to me at first :)
     
  7. questions543

    questions543 Songster

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    yup, I say roo
     
  8. icebat5000

    icebat5000 In the Brooder

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    Roo sorry...
     
  9. TinkyFeathers

    TinkyFeathers Chirping

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    I agree! Rooster!
     
  10. BlueCamas

    BlueCamas Songster

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    Production Red, not a true RIR, and definitely a cockerel.
     

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