Sexing Feathered ISA Browns and Ameraucanas


In the Brooder
Mar 10, 2018
Beaver County, PA
I hope this is the right place for this! I'll be getting three Ameraucanas and three ISA Browns soon. They will be feathered when I get them. I would like to have all hens. Will it be easy to tell pullets from cockerels in these breeds once they are over a month old? Is there a tried and true way to tell the difference?
Thanks in advance!

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Free Ranging
Jun 9, 2017
NW Missouri
You can tell Isa Browns (just another name for a Red Sex Link) from hatch, because they are sex linked. At 8 weeks you should be able to tell you Easter Eggers. (you'll be getting EEs, unless you are buying from a breeder, or, like Meyer hatchery and My Pet Chicken, do have true Ameraunana.)

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