At that point then since they are three weeks you can look for obvious size difference and also a males crest is more spred out than a females will be which should be in a tights grouping. If you do end up getting more than one male personally i have seen where they get along just fine if they were raised together. Just one will be first in command. If all else fails though you can do the wing sexing test, it isnt 100% but its better than nothing .
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4/2/16 at 5:54am