Roo? Pullet? 7 weeks Please Help!

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Moose The Ameraucana, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. Moose The Ameraucana

    Moose The Ameraucana Chirping

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    I think this one is younger tthan the first one
     
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  2. gamebirdsonly

    gamebirdsonly Crowing

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    first Roo
    and second hen
     
  3. ranchrandom

    ranchrandom In the Brooder

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    Quote:I agree
     
  4. PHILMAN

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    I think its a roo too. The first one that is . Sorry
     
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  5. sourland

    sourland Broody Magician Premium Member

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    one cockerel and one pullet.
     
  6. Moose The Ameraucana

    Moose The Ameraucana Chirping

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    Quote:Thanx I was pretty sure he was one...[​IMG] but the weird thing is..he doesnt have any waddles [​IMG]
     
  7. PHILMAN

    PHILMAN Songster

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    Oh he will !!
     
  8. TeriyakiChicken

    TeriyakiChicken Songster

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    Quote:lol! one day I swear I saw my SLW's wattles growing [​IMG]
     
  9. Nicole01

    Nicole01 Crowing

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    One of each like the above posters stated.
     
  10. donnavee

    donnavee Songster

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    I'm not disagreeing but I got 2 Golden Campines females last year and would have sworn one was male and the other female by the way their combs came in. But they both turned out female and the one with the large comb is the only one that lays. Even at a year old, the other has a smaller comb and has never laid an egg. So, you may need to give it some time since I understand the feathering on Campines is the same for male and female.
     

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