Silver laced Wyandottes- roo or hen?

ChristinaR

In the Brooder
Jun 10, 2017
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I have 3- 14 week old silver laced Wyandottes. I bought them all as sexed pullets but really starting to wonder if they actually are. No crowing as of yet but they look quite roo-ish. All help and input is greatly appreciated. Also they hate me and refuse my love lol.

The chickens in the background are year old barred rock hens....so you can see how big the slw are...rather large haha
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ChristinaR

In the Brooder
Jun 10, 2017
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Texas
Do they normally have that red of wattles and Combs at 14 weeks? So many people kept telling me that they are roosters or at least one of them was a rooster for sure
 

Crazy for Chickens!

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Jun 9, 2017
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I think they are both hens. If one looked at all rooish, it would be the one on the right, but i still think that they are hens. Some hens just have a little bigger comb. Hens usually start laying at about 18 to 20 weeks.
 

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