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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by kenkingdotcom, Jan 26, 2014.
Very beautiful. My first thought is a roo.
I think evidence of a spur growing out on both feet.
Spur development means nothing, really.
But, a rooster tail, saddle feathers, hackle feathers and dark patches on the shoulder--these are all sex-linked traits that cannot occur in females. You have an Easter Egger rooster here. 1000%.
He's not an Ameraucana, no matter what you were told when you bought him. That means that he most likely carries brown egg genes as well as blue egg genes and you will offspring that don't lay green or blue eggs from him as well as some that do.
Splash with Red leakage EE rooster
It's a rooster. Handsome IMO.
Anybody know what the bird in the front is, cockeral, pullet? They're about 4-months-old.
What she said
Very easy. Rooster.
At this point, pullet. I've been fooled once before on slow developing cockerals, but this is a blue and I don't see any darking on the wings or tail feathers which is what you would start seeing on a blue cockeral ameraucana.
thanks. Any idea what those other two are? I have six, and so far, I can't tell if any are pullets or cockerels. They're blue Ameraucana, but I guess that's obvious.