The Imperturbable Hens and their adored chicks

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The common saying among chicken experts “if it crows, it’s a rooster; if it lays an egg, it’s a hen,” easily identifies hens and roosters. But sometimes birds are too young to crow or lay eggs. … Roosters usually have tall, upright and larger combs than hens. If the rooster is young, he will have a more pronounced comb than female chicks of the same age. Roosters tend to have redder combs and wattles at an earlier age than those female chicks of the same age. When mature, rooster wattles are very large when compared to hen’s. Roosters often have showier plumage than hens. Their colours are often bright and vibrant. Many roosters have iridescent feathers that capture the light and show off beautiful blue and green highlights. If the bird has iridescent plumage, it is most likely a rooster.

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