sexing chickens

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by farmer12, May 25, 2012.

  1. farmer12

    farmer12 Chirping

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    hello is there anybody that can help [​IMG]
    i cant tell between my two red sex links and my four RIR if any are roosters
     
  2. farmer12

    farmer12 Chirping

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    i will put pics on if theres anybody that can help
     
  3. Ourfamilyflock

    Ourfamilyflock Chirping

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    post away I'm sure you will get responses. Remember to post the age. It helps in identifying.
     
  4. farmer12

    farmer12 Chirping

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    ok thanks their about ten weeks old heres some pics[​IMG]
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  5. sumi

    sumi Égalité

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    Hello and welcome to BYC! [​IMG]
     
  6. 1muttsfan

    1muttsfan Free Ranging

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    Hi and welcome to BYC from northern Michigan [​IMG]

    The best shot for id'ing sex is a clear, crisp shot of the head including the comb.
     
  7. farmer12

    farmer12 Chirping

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    ok thanks heres some head pics [​IMG]
    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]theres on red sex link in the 2nd pic
     
  8. You don't have to "sex" sex links. They are already sexed. The Red Sex Link produces a golden/red pullet, with white under feathers. (the cockerel would be mostly white).
     
  9. farmer12

    farmer12 Chirping

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    Thank u very much what about RIR
     
  10. 4-H chicken mom

    4-H chicken mom Crowing

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    Hi and :welcome from Ohio. So glad you joined. Looks like one pullet and one cockeral. :thumbsup
     

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