What breed and gender?

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by carolinakwren, May 4, 2016.

  1. carolinakwren

    carolinakwren Out Of The Brooder

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    This is a rescued flock. I suppose its about 10-12 weeks old. I think I have some Easter Eggers but the others I'm not sure of. It was a mysterious find. I'm assuming a bit that they are from the same clutch, but there is some variability in their breed appearance especially among the roosters. I'd love some help! Thanks!
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    Miss Mabel Grey. Female Easter Egger? more pics of her later.


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    2 of these black roos with feathered legs and the the orange one an Easter egger male?

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    2 more pictures of him. Is it a male? I thought so because of the pointy saddle feathers and tail feathers.

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    Another pic of the black headed roo.

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    3 pics of this speckled hen. Is it a hen? An Easter Egger too? She also has feathered legs.

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    2 pics of this little grey hen. Easter egger?

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    Black roo with feathered legs. Breed?

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    This little black hen. Her legs are without feathers.
     
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  2. carolinakwren

    carolinakwren Out Of The Brooder

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    Here is another one from the flock and one I am on the fence about- male or female? It's one of the bigger chicks but not with a roostery attitude (yet) like the other males are showing. And I don't know the breed either. No feathers on its legs. 3 pictures of her/him.
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  3. Serenity06

    Serenity06 Chillin' With My Peeps

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    The gray one is an Easter Egger pullet.
    The 2 red and black ones look like mixed breed cockerels.
    The brown and black one is an Easter Egger, maybe pullet?
    The black one with white specks on it's head is an Easter Egger, possible cockerel.
    The black one with feathered legs I'm leaning towards cockerel.
    The small black one is a pullet. More pictures would help identify breed or breeds.
    The last one is a pullet, and probably mixed breed.
     

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