Back again... I have some Easter Eggers and pretty much know what to look for on deciding sex for those. When I was at the egg farmer place, I wanted all Ameraucana's or Easter Egger's, that would possibly lay bluish or greenish eggs. After I picked out about 8 of the chipmunk ones, the farmer asked if I would like chickens who would probably lay PINK eggs. I said I did and the black chicks started going into the tote. I did notice, that out of the black chicks, 6 of them had these mini combs at 5 days old. Here are three of the 5 week, 4 day old unknown (to me) chicks. Of the other 2 chicks (not pictured), one has a pea comb and so far a smooth, yet unknown flat cushion comb. The Father, pointed out to me by the farmer, had a deep, rust red neck with multi-colored tail feathers - a huge fellow! The list of what he had left were what I had to choose from: Buffs, Ameraucanas, Easter Eggers, Lavender Orpingtons (?), RIR mixed, but there were only 4 of the RIR mixed left. What kind of chickens do you think these are and does the comb and wattles make the difference on what sex they might be? Also most of these (with the combs and wattles) seem to be VERY curious, but skittish, too and seem to pick the most fights. Above: Bird One A Above: Bird One Side view and inside a comment about the wattles on the sibling to the right. Above: Bird One again from another view. Above: Bird Two. I know it looks like Bird One, but it's not. Above: Bird two in the background AND Bird Three. What do you think these birds are if they look like this at almost 6 weeks and if there are any females who would lay pink eggs? PS: I'm most interested in how to sex these birds, so if you'd happen to know that too... Oh! They have a turquoise tint on most of their body.