What gender are these?

Morgaine O'Connor

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Jun 14, 2017
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What breeds?? The one in the last photo could be a cockerel, just judging by the comb, but if it's a breed with a larger comb then that doesn't matter as much. My lady leghorns all look like cockerels when they're pullets because of their tails and combs.
 

Nichole Nolan

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May 16, 2017
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What could these two chickens be? The buff orpingtons is about 8/9 weeks old maybe a little older but is way refer than our other buffs are and the ee is about 6 weeks old and the comb is massive compared to pictures I have seen.
Also these two are the only ones that seem to try and "fight" which usually the ee starts!
 

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What could these two chickens be? The buff orpingtons is about 8/9 weeks old maybe a little older but is way refer than our other buffs are and the ee is about 6 weeks old and the comb is massive compared to pictures I have seen.
Also these two are the only ones that seem to try and "fight" which usually the ee starts!
I'd say the BO is a pullet. The EE seems to be a cockerel.
 

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I'm confused first a photo of a BO and an EE, and now one of black chickens.

What or who do you want ID ?
 

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