yes, I realize these pictures are garbage and I will do my best to get some better pics, but my question is more generally based on sexing the chicks based on their feathers. You can see in the pic that there are clearly two chicks that have much more white in their feathers than the other. I tried to chalk this up to size and how far along they are in feathering out, but that was debunked since the two in the picture that are white are both the biggest and smallest in the batch. I guess the question I'm really trying to ask is if the clear distinction in feather color equates to a clear distinction in the sex of the chick?
In this pic you can see the largest one (white) on the top left and a primarily black one directly below it.
In this pic you can see the biggest white one to the right of the feeder as well as the smallest and only other primarily white one next to the wall on the right.