Rooster or hen andwhat breed is this chick also?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by chickenmomma123, Jun 4, 2016.

  1. chickenmomma123

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    I have chicks a,b, and c. I was told chick a was an ameracauna but looks nothing like the others do ( like chick b) is one of them a rooster? I also suspect chick c a speckled sussex to be a rooster. Opinions please!![​IMG][/IMG][​IMG]
     
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  3. LovesMud

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    A & B are both EE's not Ameraucanas. Yes a Speckled Sussex and I'm not 100% sure, but I would guess cockerel.
     
  4. LovesMud

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    Then again... How old is C? Not showing much red in comb or wattles.
     
  5. chickenmomma123

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    Thats what they told me but I thought ee. They are about 10 -10.5 weeks
     
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  7. chickenmomma123

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    For some reason the site isnt allowing ne to add more photos. Must be operator error
     
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  9. LovesMud

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    The legs don't look to be larger on the SS, in comparison with the EE's, I would now say pullet :)
     
  10. kamrynwade

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    Speckled Sussex looks just like my puller. If say it's a girl.
     

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