Forgive me if this is a stupid question, but can one week old EE chicks be feather sexed? The reason I ask is, I have three one week old EE chicks and one barred rock chick. One of the EE's is much more bold than the others...it will run up to your hand and start pecking and scratching. It just acts a lot different than the other chicks who are much more flighty. I was looking them over yesterday, and I noticed the bold chicks wing feathers are quite a bit different than the other three chicks. Is there a chance this could be a rooster chick? I got them as sexed pullets, but I know that is not always acurate. Here are some pics for comparison. This is the little chick in question A close up of his/her wing feathers The barred rock's wing feathers the second EE's wing feathers the third EE's wing feathers Am I just crazy, or does his/her feathers look totally different than the other three? What does this mean?