Hi! We hatched out 3 chicks and were wondering if there were any sex-linked traits that might tell us their genders. The chicks are about 4 weeks old in the photos. The dad is a hatchery Golden-Laced Polish, for chick #1, mom is a leghorn, for chick #2, mom is an easter egger, and for chick #3, mom is a black australorp. Thank you in advance. I look forward to hearing what you think!
As you can see, this one is mostly white, but has black legs and a couple of black spots. The comb is dark as well.
This one has the EE momma.
Here is the black australorp one.
The chicks are a little older by now and still look pretty much the same, but chick #2 and #3 have developed little tufts on the back of their heads like their dad.
Any of this sex-linked? Any other ideas? Thank you so much!