Rooster or Hen

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by bethy102173, Aug 12, 2018.

  1. bethy102173

    bethy102173 In the Brooder

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    Rooster or hen?
     

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  2. arrowti

    arrowti Songster

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    Can you get a picture of it from the front or side? Can't see the comb.
     
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  3. redranger209

    redranger209 Crowing

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    We need a closer up pic.
     
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  4. bethy102173

    bethy102173 In the Brooder

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  5. Chick-N-Fun

    Chick-N-Fun Feather & Fur Whisperer

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    How old is this chicken?
     
  6. bethy102173

    bethy102173 In the Brooder

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    Not sure bought it Saturday
     
  7. Chicken Strut

    Chicken Strut Songster

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    Looks like a Light Brahma cockerel to me. For comparison, here's my LB pullet at about 6 months old, when she was already laying eggs. Compare the comb and wattle development to that of your chicken.
    IMG_0904 (1).jpg
     
  8. Crazy for Chickens!

    Crazy for Chickens! Free Ranging

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    It appears to be a full grown chicken. I'm not seeing male saddle feathers, so I'm guessing pullet for now that just has a large comb! You could wait a week or two and see if it lays, or you could get a close up clear pic of the saddle area just to make sure.
     
  9. AHPFblack star

    AHPFblack star Chirping

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    I would say its a female.
     
  10. Chicken Strut

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    Let us know when you get an egg or hear a crow!
     

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