what are my babys. and can u see a cockeral

marky7111

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marky7111

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These are pictures of my 7 little ones hope someone can tell me wat they are. And if there is a male in amongst them. I heard a pretend crow today and yesterday. But could not see wicth 1 it was
 

ramirezframing

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the brown chick nearest the hen (the chicks tail is by the hen's head and the chicks head is by the hen's feet) I would guess that's your crower. Did the eggs come from your birds or someone else's eggs?
 

marky7111

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We got the eggs down the road wen she went broodie. We thought the crower could of been the white one
 

BantamLover21

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the brown chick nearest the hen (the chicks tail is by the hen's head and the chicks head is by the hen's feet) I would guess that's your crower. Did the eggs come from your birds or someone else's eggs?

X2 I'm not sure on all of the breeds, but you possibly have a few Welsummers, an Easter Egger, a Partridge Cochin, a White Plymouth Rock, and some sort of barred mixed breed.
 

marky7111

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This is the 1 refurred to in the 1st answer . I have asked myself if this is a male as its much bigger than the rest. But the white 1 is just as big
 

donrae

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At this age you're looking for larger combs. They're still young, but that will be your best indicator of male. that and thick, sturdy legs.
 

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