Roos or Pullets

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by cheekychicka, Dec 4, 2015.

  1. cheekychicka

    cheekychicka Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi, reposting this from an older thread in the hope that someone can help. Two new 15 week old brahmas that are to replace three roosters I had to rehome. I'm a bit worried I've ended up with more roosters (which I can't keep).

    Tried to get a side shot of each.

    [​IMG] - brown one

    [​IMG] - grey one.

    The brown one also has a bit of a scab on its nose. I'm hoping nothing to worry about?
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    TIA everyone!
     
  2. junebuggena

    junebuggena Chicken Obsessed

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    The grey one is a pullet. Need a better shot of the brown one.
     
  3. cheekychicka

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    Thanks June buggers - hopefully this one is better?

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  4. cheekychicka

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    Lol! Junebuggena! Autocorrect, sorry!
     
  5. cheekychicka

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    And I posted the same photos. Oops. Will go out and try to get a different one.
     
  6. cheekychicka

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  7. cheekychicka

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  8. junebuggena

    junebuggena Chicken Obsessed

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    Hard to be sure, but it kind of looks like there are male saddle feathers coming in.
     
  9. cheekychicka

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    Oh dear :-(
     
  10. cheekychicka

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    I have a friend coming over i a couple of hours so will get him to hold whilst I try to get a better photo. Thanks!
     

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