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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by rmull0717, Aug 19, 2013.
Here is another photo..
I vote Roo. I have Welsummers that are just a few weeks older and they have nowhere near the amount of comb/wattles.
We got he or she from hatchery, took chick back to hatchery to determine gender do to the fact there is an ordinance against having roosters. Hatchery said wait a few more weeks, don't want to get rid of chicken if it is a hen..
100% rooster. Welsummer females are a brown and orangish color. Males exhibit coloring just like yours. Additionally, yours has a very red, very large comb for only being 13 weeks old. There is no question that this bird is a rooster.
Here are my other 2 from same batch..
They look like hatchery quality Barnevelder pullets
The bottom 2 are females but they do not look like Welsummers - the bottom one looks kind of like a Barnevelder. The top one is definitely a Roo.