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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by chelnic90, Mar 15, 2018.
Hi there! I know I'm really cute but mommy wants to know what I am!
You should wait until he/she is older to see if by then he/she crows, but until then, you can't know unless you have a huge science lab.
Haha okay thanks. It has started making some funny noises but I brought home 2 poults last week and all the chicks have started making their version of turkey noises! lol
It is still too early to be 100% sure. But it looks like a cockerel to me. His comb is much redder than a pullets would be at his age. Also, he has very long, thick legs which is also an indicator for him being a cockerel. What breed is he?
Thank you that's what I am thinking as well. I was told Asian pullet at TSC..
I bet he'll a nice big rooster when he's older. Bigger roosters have been known to be more docile. Will you keep him?
He's a good boy. It kinda depends I had only intended on keeping one roo but as it turns out I'm fairly certain all of my first 6 chicks I got are little boys >.< This one had a broken leg that I splinted and cared for specially for a couple weeks so I am kinda attached to him. He is more docile as a result.
Looks a lot like rooster.
Pullets that age wouldn't show such an advanced degree of comb development. It's pretty early yet to know for sure, but I'm suspecting handsome little cockerel.
Thank you so much. I think you're right. Is this in fact an Asian?