roosters or hens?

sdugey

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I hatched these eggs that were thrown in with some duck eggs. one was an olive egger. one was a brown egg, not sure what breed.
The one in the front of the first picture was the olive egger, it was yellowcwhen hatched. the other one was from a brown egg and hatched
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totally black.
 
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nchls school

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I hatched these eggs that were thrown in with some duck eggs. one was an olive egger. one was a brown egg, not sure what breed.
The one in the front of the first picture was the olive egger, it was yellowcwhen hatched. the other one was from a brown egg and hatched totally black.
No pictures.
 

drumstick diva

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How old are they in the photos? Second photo, bird on left ,with larger comb is a cockerel bird on right may be a pullet.
 

Apocha14

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Im going with two cockerels. In my experience, any pink/red on a comb with a bird that looks like it may still have a little fluff is indeed a roo. I agree with above poster though, how old? Ill cross my fingers for you for some girlies though!
 

chickenraiser24

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I hatched these eggs that were thrown in with some duck eggs. one was an olive egger. one was a brown egg, not sure what breed.
The one in the front of the first picture was the olive egger, it was yellowcwhen hatched. the other one was from a brown egg and hatched
1000

totally black.

In the second picture, the left looks like a cockerel and the right looks like a pullet.
 

Chicken Girl1

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Im going with two cockerels. In my experience, any pink/red on a comb with a bird that looks like it may still have a little fluff is indeed a roo. I agree with above poster though, how old? Ill cross my fingers for you for some girlies though!
agreed, and the patchy feathering is making me lean towards cockerels.
 

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