RIR how many pullets?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by cedge, Dec 21, 2014.

  1. cedge

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    I'm thinking one cockerel and 3 pullets they are 10 weeks old what do y'all think?
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  2. The Colonel

    The Colonel Chillin' With My Peeps

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    You need to please provide a picture in a natural light source, it's way too hard to tell right now. If you could do that we can more easily sex you're chicks for you.
     
  3. The Colonel

    The Colonel Chillin' With My Peeps

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    But the one in the front in your first picture is definitely a cockerel.
     
  4. cedge

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    Yea I can sorry about that
     
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  7. cedge

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  8. cedge

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    I'm not still learning so I might be way off on the 3 to 1 but all of them but one look the same the one in the second picture is the one I'm thinking is a cockerel
     
  9. cedge

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    Anybody have any suggestions?
     
  10. krista74

    krista74 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Hard to tell. They look very different from my RIR chicks.

    I reckon chick number 1 might be a pullet and chick number 2 is a cockerel.

    Chick 3 and 4 both have the stance of a cockerel but not the comb development. YET! They could go either way!

    I'm only new to sexing chicks though. I'll be interested to see other's opinions on these 4.

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