What in the heck is it!? *many pics*

AnaD

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Jan 27, 2011
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Here I am again, I'm sure it has been a week since my last post on this bird...I have really wanted this chicken to be a female, but now I'm seriously haveing doubts, some of which you all have put there
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. "She" has been hopping on the backs on my other (I'm almost certain their female) pullets just recently. "She" is between 12-14 weeks. As far as "her" behaviour "she" is very approachable, but a bit out of the loop when it comes to the other three chickens that are a little bit younger. The lady I got "her" from doesn't know what breed "she" is...obviously a mutt of some kind. Can you help me figure "her" out?!

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Sorry to make you turn your head...
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While you're at it tell me if my 6 week old Buff EE looks female. I think she does due to the fact she looks and acts nothing like the male EE I've had.
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My RIR looks pretty pullet like to me also.
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ranchhand

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AnaD, the first one is screaming rooster to me. The others might well be pullets. Hard for me to say.
 

Baymule

Crowing
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Jul 1, 2010
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For the OP, the 1st pic is of a Black Bellied Auburn Neck Rooster masquerading as a hen just to play mind games with you. Your EE is an EE.
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For the 2nd poster, you have a Dalmation Jailhouse Rocking Barred Something.
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donrae

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Jun 18, 2010
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AnaD-- I think your dark bird is a roo, I think he'll turn into a birchen color, not sure how "quality" the color will be.

I think your ee is a pullet. I love buff ees, I just have a soft spot for them!
 

jenesis536

Songster
9 Years
Oct 3, 2010
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Your first one almost looks like my australorp except for the lighter color around the neck. Her comb and waddle are the same size and color - it took awhile for me to finally determine she was a "she"... you might want to wait a couple weeks before you know for sure on that one.

I think your buff is a pullet.
 

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