What sex are these?

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Her legs are pink so chances are good then! Many breeds are used to create olive eggers. You just need a dark brown egg laying parent and a blue egg laying parent. That is why there is such variety in the way they look. They are not a breed but rather a hybrid. :)
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Such good advice!
 
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I found this out though...
Feather sexing is another easy way to determine the gender of chicks. Surprisingly, female chicks typically have wing feathers before they hatch. Young roosters do not begin to develop their wing feathers until a few days after they hatch.
 

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