What sex are my BR chicks?

Charlene

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I got three BR chicks and I am sincerely hoping they are pullets! I know nothing though. This forum is so great!
I think they are in the 6-7 week range. I hope this pic thing works...

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The[/URL] one below is the one that was hiding in the back in the other pic.

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scgamecock

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I think you have too many brackets at the begining and end.You need to load them to photobucket and then copy and paste the image file.
 
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Charlene

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Let's try this again. Here they are, the two in front are easier to see:



This is the one that was hiding in the back.



Any ideas??? Thanks!
 

Charlene

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Actually all the legs kinda look the same (ha from me the expert... not). Should I be looking for the darker coloring?

I tried the experiment where you wave a hat over them, supposedly boys will stand up and girls will crouch. Mine ran. Hmmm.
 

speckledhen

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I'm here! That yellowish lighting is making it hard to tell their coloring, actually. They do seem to be pullets, but I can't say for sure unless you take pics in a more natural light. The combs are very girly-looking. By six weeks, my BR cockerels have much larger combs and wattles usually.
 
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