Hello All! I have two radically different chicks that are almost 4 weeks old in a few days.both chicks I are RIR/red EE crosses from my flock. One of the chicks(Chick 1) is a very fast growing chick,with thick legs,small comb coming in(but not red yet) almost fully feathered with a dull red color.At first glance I think it looks like a pullet,it acts like a pullet too very calm and subdued,it doesn't carry it's long tail very high like a rooster would.But it's growing it's comb first which has me worried that she is a he it's thick legs are also throwing me off.but that comb isn't big or red either! The next chick(Chick 2) has Much brighter red coloration,this chick grows more slowly,it's still not fully feathered like the other chick,it has a beginning of a comb but no size,structure or redness that screams rooster!this chick also has thick legs and a small stubby tail,that it keeps a little high,this chick is slightly shorter than the other chick,like they are weeks apart development wise rather than the same age!This chick is also bold and playful challenges and plays with the others.when I put younger chicks in with this chick 2,it immediately challenged and bullied them,Chick 1 didn't do anything at all,Chick 1 acted like they didn't exist! You can see why I'm having trouble sexing these chicks,I believe Chick 1 is a female,and Chick 2 is a male.Will someone with experience tell me whether I'm correct in my diagnosis?I'm sorry but due to my inherent clumsiness and ignorance with technology there are no pictures to show you of these chicks which is why I wrote a detailed account of the chicks P.S. I also have 6 other chicks,that are much younger.They are EE's/EE crosses and a few black stars(one male and a female),three of the EE's have that wild brown female look.I was wondering whether this proves they are pullets,or can EE cockerels get this coloration too?