I've realized that I'm becoming more and more geared toward just keeping birds that can be sexed right away. It seems more cost efficient to know that you have four roosters and three pullets within a week or two rather than wait a few months to figure it out. Certain colors seem to be autosex within a certain age. Salmon Faverolles can be sexed within a couple of weeks due to wing color, and from what I can tell, Salmon/Wheaten-anything works the same way. Silver Grey Dorkings can be autosexed at a day old. Does this mean that anything with the Silver Grey coloring can also be sexed as day olds, such as Silver Grey Leghorns? What colors have you found to be autosexing and at what age can you tell the males and females apart?