Still trying to guess gender

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by dee06, Oct 24, 2014.

  1. dee06

    dee06 Chirping

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    My Cochins are now 17.5 weeks old, 2 I am def are pullets but 2 I am not sure on hoping for pullets as their combs and wattles haven't changed since they about 7 weeks, what does everyone else think

    1 ? but am leaning toward pullet
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    2 ? hoping pullet
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    3 pullet
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    4 pullet
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  2. familyfarm1

    familyfarm1 Crowing

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    The first is hard to say, the second one I would say rooster, third pullet, and last pullet.
     
  3. BantamLover21

    BantamLover21 Crowing

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    They all look like pullets to me, though I'm less sure about #2.
     
  4. dee06

    dee06 Chirping

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    Thanks for your replies, 2 isn't showing any other signs of being a cockeral but will keep my fingers crossed that she/he is Edna and not Winston [​IMG]
     
  5. keesmom

    keesmom Crowing

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    I think #2 may be a late blooming cockerel, but I wouldn't be surprised if I'm wrong.
     
  6. donrae

    donrae Hopelessly Addicted

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    I think 2 is a cockerel, the rest look female.
     
  7. Ol Grey Mare

    Ol Grey Mare One egg shy of a full carton. .....

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    Agreed
     
  8. Mountain Peeps

    Mountain Peeps Change is inevitable, like the seasons

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    All appear to be pullets. If you did have a rooster it would be number 2.
     
  9. Wyandottes7

    Wyandottes7 Crowing

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    #2 looks like a cockerel, based off the patchy reddish coloring on the wings. The others look like pullets.
     

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