Roo??

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Kaitiwolfe, Apr 2, 2018.

  1. Kaitiwolfe

    Kaitiwolfe In the Brooder

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    2 F8F02BB2-88D8-402D-A18D-230D17A087B1.jpeg They’re only 6 weeks so I know it’s early... but seems like there’s a huge difference between the 2. I am a new chicken owner and I recently found out these guys are Crevcoeur which is exciting tell me what y’all think..
     
  2. Bantambuff

    Bantambuff Chirping

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    I am guessing 2 is a roo, since it is already developing a comb and wattles.
     
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  3. Kaitiwolfe

    Kaitiwolfe In the Brooder

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    That’s what I’m thinking... we were told they were all hens
     
  4. Bantambuff

    Bantambuff Chirping

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    I don't know much about sexing chckens Im only guessing.
     
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  5. Bantambuff

    Bantambuff Chirping

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    My roo grew a comb and wattle much earlier than my hen.
     
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  6. LilJoe

    LilJoe Crowing

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    #1 Pullet.. #2 Cockerel
     
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  7. dunnmom

    dunnmom Crowing

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    Sometimes it's hard to tell with certain breeds what gender they are until they mature a bit. #2 is looking like a cockerel to me as well, just going by the comb and wattles, and considering it's age. Comparing the 2 just to each other, it would be likely that #1 is a pullet like others have said.
     
  8. Kaitiwolfe

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    I don’t know much at all just what I’ve researched on google
     

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