sexing help

Kimberly4403

Chirping
May 18, 2015
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I have 3x nearly 3 week old wyadotte chicks who were supposedly wing sexed at 1 week old (i know its not 100% accurate) anyways im thinking the biggest chick is a rooster but not sure
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Thatsthe best pic of the biggest one i have manag3d to get so far sorry there still skittish
 

Kimberly4403

Chirping
May 18, 2015
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My 3 chicks are now 10-11 weeks old.. Here are some updated pics and anyone confirm that the first 3 pictures are a rooster and the other 2 are pullets..

Rooster?
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Pullets?
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lazy gardener

Crossing the Road
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Nov 7, 2012
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Please don't dangle your chicks. Good way to injure them. Unless they are auto sexing, or sex linked, or you have a very practiced eye, you won't be able to tell until the combs and wattles start to increase in size and redden. Sometimes a cockrel can be picked out of the bunch by extra inquisitive or aggressive behavior.
 

Kimberly4403

Chirping
May 18, 2015
218
7
53
Please don't dangle your chicks.  Good way to injure them.  Unless they are auto sexing, or sex linked, or you have a very practiced eye, you won't be able to tell until the combs and wattles start to increase in size and redden.  Sometimes a cockrel can be picked out of the bunch by extra inquisitive or aggressive behavior.  


As u can clearly see a comb and wattle on the possible rooster already?? The other 2 dont have any yet
 

loveMePlease

Hatching
Sep 9, 2016
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0
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Anderson, mo
Please don't dangle your chicks.  Good way to injure them.  Unless they are auto sexing, or sex linked, or you have a very practiced eye, you won't be able to tell until the combs and wattles start to increase in size and redden.  Sometimes a cockrel can be picked out of the bunch by extra inquisitive or aggressive behavior.  
 

loveMePlease

Hatching
Sep 9, 2016
4
0
6
Anderson, mo
Please don't dangle your chicks.  Good way to injure them.  Unless they are auto sexing, or sex linked, or you have a very practiced eye, you won't be able to tell until the combs and wattles start to increase in size and redden.  Sometimes a cockrel can be picked out of the bunch by extra inquisitive or aggressive behavior.  
cry about it. It's an animal.
 

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