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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Clintgt, Nov 1, 2013.
1 blue Andalusian
2 splash giant
3 Phoenix EE cross
4 Phoenix EE cross
The first a roo, 2nd a pullet, 3rd pullet, 4th pullet. Roo's will have more red in comb at that age. are more long legged in most breeds.
the only one I'm not sure is a rooster is the second one, because I can't see the comb. Is sure has some thick legs, though. All the others are definitely males.
I am going to disagree a bit with the others.
#1 is an Andalusian. The hens of that breed get really big combs too. Having said that, this bird is likely a roo with that much comb at 9 weeks, however, it might be an early developing female.
#2 is a pullet
#3 I think is likely a roo. That's quite a bit of comb for that age to be female.
#4 I think may be a roo as well because that is fairly patchy looking coloring. However as it is a mixed breed with EE, some crazy coloring can happen even in the females with 2nd generation EE, and the comb is very small and pale so it could be a female.
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