Hi everyone. I have some Sicilian buttercup eggs about to hatch and I keep seeing that it is really easy to tell the sex of them when they hatch. But I can't find how to know. Does anybody have experience and the know-how?
I'm not familiar with that beautiful, unique breed, but I've never heard that before (though it doesn't mean it's not true). But I'm assuming what you read was false?
So, anyways, sorry I didn't help you that much! But I would LOVE to see pictures of them when they hatch.
From what I'm experiencing, I think that's false. I think they look similar for the first month or so and then the roos will start developing combs and wattles and dark tail feathers. At least that's what is going on with us right now...