Silkies

llsgirls

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I want to say around 6 weeks old.

Hard to tell the difference. One has more of a beard.
 

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Lady of McCamley

Free Ranging
10 Years
Mar 19, 2011
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Of the Silkies, I think I'm seeing 1 pullet and 1 roo, but hard to tell in those photos, and Silkies are hard to tell any way.

*Usually* the girls are low to the ground, squattier, and more tear drop shaped. Boys are taller, lankier. Girls have pom poms while boys get the mowhawks. Any comb/wattle development younger will be male as girls have very little even as adults.

My best guesses.
LofMc
 

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