What breed and gender?

cshanpooh

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I purchased these 'bantums' from tractor supply the first of April so I'm assuming they are five to six weeks old. These are my first chicks and I have no idea what they are. Can anyone help?
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Ol Grey Mare

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Unfortunately, "Anna" is going to need a new name - that's a cockerel.
Slick has me on the fence, nothing I can put my finger on, but I'm not able to say pullet with any confidence right now because I really keep coming back to cockerel
Elsa is all girl.
 

sourland

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Slick and Anna are cockerels. Elsa I am not sure of - coloring indicates a black/red cockerel of some sort, but the head is feminine.
 

Kev

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All are boys, Old English game bantams are extremely common bantams and they do look like it.

Anna looks different because he's probably a silver duckwing.
 

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