My family brought home some baby chicks last week! We were told they are all hens... which is what we wanted because we have 3 children and do not want an aggressive rooster. Everything I have read online about Black Sex Links is that the "white spot" on top of their head means they are a male.... we got them when they were 6 days old so we did not see them AT BIRTH. I'm not sure if that makes a huge difference? I'm really nervous we got roosters since this is our first time raising a flock, I really really did not want to take on any roosters. Does anyone know for a FACT that I have baby roosters in my flock? I have 2 different breeds (from what I was told) and I can not remember the name of the other breed. Only the black sex link and all 5 of them have white on their heads! They are all fairly sweet babies! I have made it a point for me and the kids to have "chick time" a few times a day so they can get used to us. If, God forbid, I did end up with 5 roosters, will the loving on them daily even make a difference? Any help is appreciated. I am sure the best way to tell is to wait it out n see what they look like in a few weeks? Thanks for any help! I am just hoping and praying I did not get any roosters!! I have tried to upload 3 photos of my chickies! I am brand new to this site, like just made a profile this morning. Forgive my ignroance!! Lol!