Hi all! I have a question. I have some mix-breed chicks who hatched in the 'bator a couple of days ago (all from one pair of parents). From day one, I was able to perceive a very decided difference in their wing feathers; about one half had just two identical short rows of wing feathers, and another half had one short row and one longer row; from what I know, the latter are supposed to be females. The question is, can I trust this method enough to give the supposedly-males away at this early stage? My goal is to place the males elsewhere as soon as possible, without having to feed them and clean up after them for many weeks, perhaps months, until I know who is who. Any thoughts?