All chicks pictured are 3 weeks old. We got our one day old chicks at tsc on March 10th. All were sold as pullets except the two bantams, Bleu and Dumpling. Dumpling is a silver sebring and has a rose comb, so there is like no way to tell if she's a she or not yet.. at least I don't think there is. She has no real sign of a comb yet. Bleu is our lavender pekin, who is feathering at a slower rate than all of our other chicks and has a comb that I feel is almost double the size of the normal sized chicks besides maybe the barred rock. She does not have noticeable waddles as of yet. I know it's a little early to tell right now, but ive become obsessed with figuring out what sex this little one is as he/she is my favorite chick. She looks more scraggly than the others as well and her back and tail feathers dont seem like they're even close to coming in as fast as the others. Might just be breed differences, ive never raised chicks from day old though. Had a few pullets, but they were given to us at 10 weeks of age. If anyone is able to help, it would be greatly appreciated. This is Nugget, our Golden sex link. Marsala, our barred rock. She has a little bit of a bigger comb, but if I am understanding correctly, the roos have a greyed color. Is she a definite she? This is dumpling, the other bantam. Silver sebring. Wouldn't stay still long enough for a face photo, but this shows how much feathering she has. The other girls were moving around too much to get a good picture today. We have a black sex link,jammy, and buff orphington, biscuit, as well.