Are chicks that peck and bump each other always boys? I know it is too early to tell on our chicks by sight weather they are boys or girls, but I noticed a lot of chest bumping and head-pecking among them (they have plenty of room, food, etc). I am not sure their exact ages, but within a week or two old. They are assorted bantams. I didn't see any of this with my layer assortment, so it has me very worried we're going to have four to six little fireball roosters. I am not sure their exact breeds, but I'd love some guesses! #1 - Pretty obviously a Frizzle. She's nicer than the others. #2 - Black Japanese? I don't know. #3 - It's hard to tell, but he has a bit of a muff and a pea comb (I think) Here it is: This is just for the color of their legs and wings. He reminds me of the Quail Antwerp Belgian, or something in that family. Probably not exactly that. And the black guy is on the right. He has black legs. #4 - I'm skeptical this is a bantam. He's bigger than the others. For size comparison: #5 - This one is sweeter, too. Also younger. #6 - This one is tiniest, but it tries to peck the others and chest bump them, too. And then it hides. Thanks!