Silkie experts please!!!

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Sexing silkies that young you would need services of one of these.
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It is possible for individuals that raise them to do so based on their observed behavior. Even they don't get it always.
Generally,,,,,, when they start laying eggs or crow,,, can you be certain.
WISHING YOU BEST,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and :welcome
 

Chickensgalore11

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Sexing silkies that young you would need services of one of these.
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It is possible for individuals that raise them to do so based on their observed behavior. Even they don't get it always.
Generally,,,,,, when they start laying eggs or crow,,, can you be certain.
WISHING YOU BEST,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, and :welcome


Thanks, I just thought some could with their wattles and appearance of feathers growing in. But no worries
 

Chickensgalore11

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Many chickens you can do so, but Silkies are SUPER DIFFICULT to do so.
Like I mentioned above. Peeps that raise them, have the advantage of observing the behavior, and have more insight.


I really just wanted to see what those people that raise silkies would say about mine as I've seen tons of posts on here with even younger silkies than mine, ranging from 6-20 weeks, with lots of responses. But I'll just wait I guess
 

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