Hello all, and happy Easter weekend! What you are looking at here is my brooder, filled with 15 six week old chicks, all supposed to be pullets. (as you can see, my very curious full grown egg layers wanted to be in the pictures too!) 3 of these chicks are Silver Laced Wyandottes...my very first Silver Laced Wyandottes! As you can see in the second picture, there are 2 of the SLW's visible: one at the back, center, and one on the far right. 2 of the SLW's look identical (the one at the back, center of the pic and one that is not pictured. These two look identical) the SLW in question is the one in the first picture, the one at the far right in the second picture. This one has significantly more white on its chest and wings, and also its comb and wattles are much larger and redder than the other chicks (as you can see). Also, this SLW seems to have a single comb, where the other two have rose combs, but I wouldn't think this would be an indicator of gender. So anyway, the obvious question is, what do you think about the oddball SLW, boy or girl??