What gender?

MamaEmma

Chirping
5 Years
Apr 22, 2016
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These sweet chicks are approximately 8 weeks. There are 9. Three are definitely pullets (a Cream Legbar and 2 Swedish Flowers) but the other 6, I fear have some gentlemanly tendencies. The others in question are Black Copper Marans (1), Isbar (1), Lavender Orpingtons (2), and Brabanters (2). Thankful for any help!
 

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MamaEmma

Chirping
5 Years
Apr 22, 2016
56
18
91
Thank you, chicken knowledgeable, friends! My suspicions are that the Isbar, BCM, 1 LO and 1 Brabanter (mohawk) are males. #9 is the one I think is a pullet but I do not have much successful experience with gender calls... I have an opportunity to send the cockerels to a hobby farm that does work with special needs people and I want to try and be sure to not send my future breakfast makers ;) I would rather the boys go to the farm than into the fryer...
 

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