I believe the one above is a roo (only one), the other a pullet. Both one day old. This hatch, for whatever reason, has been disappointing. Only 5 healthy chicks hatched from 16 eggs that made it to lockdown. I will use the genesis next time straight thru the process. I had used an LG still air for the actual hatching phase. All the remaining eggs didn't stand a chance, as they were all malpositioned inside. Upside down with beak between the legs. Those that managed to pip and zip halfway, I had noticed they had pecked their leg in the process. So they didn't make it either. I have contacted the breeder & was informed that this is unusual. All previous hatched this season have done very well. Go fig! All is not lost - I will be picking up some 2 week olds he has extras of. Yay! I will post more pics as I continue on this journey. The best dual purpose breed now in Ontario, Canada!