These are girls, right? Right? (PIC HEAVY)

Artie

In the Brooder
8 Years
Mar 20, 2011
61
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Minnesota
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Abigail - Blue Laced Red Wyandotte; 14 weeks old

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Charlotte - Blue Laced Red Wyandotte; 14 weeks old

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Marjorie - Silver Laced Sebright; 16 weeks old

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Gracie - Citron Hamburg; 9 weeks old

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Agate - Gold Campine; 6 weeks old

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Nicole01

Crowing
8 Years
Mar 28, 2011
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114
268
MN
I would question the Hamburg and think it's a roo. That's a pretty red comb and wattles for 9 weeks. I could be wrong, I don't know the breed.
 

mljohnson05

Songster
8 Years
May 16, 2011
1,442
11
131
Missouri
The two that really bothers me is "Abigail"and "gracie"....might be roo, but at that age should have a lot bigger comb...also Citron Hamburg pullets do get combs and wattles that look just like your pic....so tough call
 
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SabaiFarms

Songster
10 Years
Feb 6, 2011
118
2
144
Calhan, Colorado
I have two BLRWs.. one cockrel and one pullet. My cockrel had huge bright red comb and waddles at 7 weeks and my pullet looks just like yours. I think Abigail is a pullet, but I'm new at this.
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Artie

In the Brooder
8 Years
Mar 20, 2011
61
1
41
Minnesota
Thank you!!!

One day I noticed that Abigail's legs were a lot thicker than Charlotte's which just about caused me to faint. Abigail is also the dominant one of my little group. As far as Gracie, I agree that comb is very red. Behavior-wise she is very comfortable pretending she is Agate's mother. She lets the little one pick food from her beak and she will roost such that Agate can snuggle under her breast. Would a roo do that?
 

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