Sexing chicks

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Duck poop, May 12, 2019.

  1. Duck poop

    Duck poop In the Brooder

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    Can u tell me the sex of these chicks?and the breed of the brownish one. Not the bantam tho.. the other one.. any help would be appreciated!
     

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  2. MasterOfAllChickens111

    MasterOfAllChickens111 Chirping

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    I’m not a expert on chick breeding but the brownish one looks like a female to me. The other silver laced look very Boy-ish to me. Now the duck. You’ll have to look at the ducks tail. If it curls then it’s a boy if not it’s a girl.
     
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  3. What is the consequence of roos? I think all of the silver laced are pullets.
     
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  4. MagpieDucks

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    Your duck is female. Your brown is a pullet. Not sure on the SLW.
     
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  5. MagpieDucks

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    I can’t quite tell, but I think 1,4,6 and 7 are the same chicken.
     
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  6. Leahs Coop

    Leahs Coop Crowing

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    Oh I didn't know that! I'll delete the post
     
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  7. MagpieDucks

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    No, you’re good, let’s see what the op says.
     
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  8. Leahs Coop

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    How many chickens do you have pictured and how old are they?
     
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  9. Duck poop

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    Pic one and four are the same.. and six and seven are the same. So there are four chickens and a duck pictured.. the chickens are about 8 or 9 weeks old and the duck is about 5 or 6 weeks old
     
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  10. Leahs Coop

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    Okay, then I'm going to say
    (1) Cockerel
    (2) Pullet
    (3) Pullet
    (4) Pullet
    Sorry, I'm no expert with ducks and not even sure if they can be accurately sexed at that age. I believe they say drakes have more of a raspy voice then the females and once the drakes get older, they develop a 'curled feather' at the end of their tail
     
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