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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by cc79, Apr 4, 2018.
20180404_203004 by cc79 posted Apr 5, 2018 at 1:38 AM
0% chance of sexing chicks that young.
Unless they're auto sexing or sex links and they're so small in the pic I can't make out hardly anything about them.
much too young and they are so tiny in the photo I thought they were bugs instead of chicks.
Please post pics of their combs at six weeks.
I can't see the pic...
They are supposed to be female but. I question because they look like they have two different types of wing feathers. I'm trying to post a closer up picture just of the feathers to see if anybody can tell me if they are different sexes.
On a full bred bird, feather sexing doesn’t really work. You have to wait for them to be old enough to sex in a traditional fashion if they aren’t sexually dimorphic.