To Crow or Not to Crow? 5 weeks

SCMommaHen

Chirping
Apr 16, 2021
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Contestants are at 8 weeks now and wow have they changed!

Here are 1 and 2 the olive eggers. The brown looking more copper maran and the black more ameraucana? The black one is developing a muff. Brown has yellow legs, black does not have feathered feet. I'm confused about the legs.
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3 and 4 the speckled sussex. Clearly a roo here.
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5, 6, and 7 the lavender orpingtons. One clearly roo, 1 clearly hen and 1 can't make up it's mind.
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This lavender has the body size of the roo but lacks comb/wattle development. Maybe my hen is just small.

8 the svarthona. Smallest of them all.
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9 and 10 the crevecoeurs. Major development in the comb/wattles last week. Prior to that only difference was the roo had a longer tail.
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11 BLR wyandotte. Butt has maximum fluffiness.
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12 Houdan. I have no idea how this one can see.
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13 and 14 the Russian orloff. Noticable feathering differences. Is this an indication with this breed?
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15 and 16 buff orpington. The roo is a giant. Legs like tree trunks. Biggest of my flock.
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