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TheOddOneOut

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I'm not an expert, but I think sapphires are not an actual breed, but rather a hybrid. I think. And I also think they are sex linked. I also think that some have spots on their heads as day olds. They will lose all of that when they feather out. In other words, you've got pullets.
Yes, some have spots on their heads as day olds - the male ones.
 

Aunt Angus

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Oh, ok. I'm only partly wrong - haha! Good to know about this.

So are hers male? They have light spots, but I don't see any barring? But I could be wrong again. I've been wrong once or twice today.
 

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I'm still waiting on OP's answer about how many of each variety, but I think there may not be any males here..
 

Kayla's Lunch

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How many did you buy of each variety, @Kayla's Lunch ?
It was a set of 10 female chicks of the three breeds but no info on how many of each breed would be in the group. Four of them are lighter gray/yellow, 5 are darker gray, and one seems to be different and is a lighter gray with no yellow. This picture doesn't show all of them. I don't think I have one picture of all 10 together.


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