What do I have here besides adorable chickens??

Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by BradyK, May 12, 2016.

  1. BradyK

    BradyK Out Of The Brooder

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    Can you experts tell the sex of these kids yet? I would love your input. I am new to this. Roosters have to go to my Dads to live because he can have them. My city only allows hens. Thanks for any thoughts you may have.
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  2. BradyK

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    First two pics are of the same chicken. The second two pics include a different one with the first one. The last pic is the only pic I have of the third chick. [​IMG]
     
  3. BradyK

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    I just don't have any luck posting here. I rarely get a response. Is it something I do wrong?
     
  4. chickengal512

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    Ive had bantams before, and theyve looked similar to your chicks. As for sexing ive never been able to tell when their young. Ive chicks with large combs Turn out to be hens even though large combs is a rooster thing. If you have any other questions Dont be afraid to ask, i might be able to help!
     
  5. BradyK

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    Thanks so much, I wasn't sure at what age we can start to tell what sex they are. These are 8 weeks now. I will keep observing. Thanks so much for answering, I wasn't sure if my post was showing up :)
     
  6. chickengal512

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    Not a problem! Hopefully they both turn out to be hens!!
     

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