Thank you Susan, that does help a lot. I realize that it is a young age, to look for anything, but was hoping that there would be something to look at/for. So for that age, just go with cute- maybe color- and wait for the rest to develop.
I will be asking more questions about the chicks, as they grow, so really appreciate your feedback!
Hey Sheila...I too am from PNW. I have just started my serama breeding groups. It really takes longer than a couple weeks. I am actually keeping everyone until next spring - other than the obvious DQs. They need to grow out to see how they will develop. I sure love the seramas.