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What Breed/Sex? Please.

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by Finelyfound, Jun 14, 2017.

  1. Finelyfound

    Finelyfound Out Of The Brooder

    I have 7, 5 week old chicks. I had Olive Egger, Swedish FLower Hen, Beilfelder, Cream Legbar and Blue Ameraucana eggs. I am pretty sure none of these are Ameraucana as I did have one hatch and die and it was distinctly blue. I know for a fact 3 of them are Olive Eggers b/c I hatched them in an incubator. The other 4 chicks are a mystery to me b/c the broody hatched them. 3 of the chicks have feathered legs and I have been assuming that they are the Olive Eggers. 2 of the chicks have greyish/green legs. It's was very difficult to get photos so I apologize for posting so many. I'd love to know which ones you think are pullets/cockerels and what breeds. Thank you in advance!!!
     

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  2. Hybridchucks

    Hybridchucks Overrun With Chickens

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  3. Hybridchucks

    Hybridchucks Overrun With Chickens

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    Hybridchucks Overrun With Chickens

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    all are cockerel except the ones with big and reddish combs....sorry
     
  5. Finelyfound

    Finelyfound Out Of The Brooder

    It's so hard to me to tell and it seems like several have big reddish combs. Out of the 7 how many would you guess are cockerels?
     
  6. Hybridchucks

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    IMG_2236.JPG on the left, third one along and on the right the one in the middle are pullets....
     

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