Just getting curious about my 2 EE chicks. They are about 4 1/2 weeks old. I'm pretty sure that I have pullets due to the female patterning that is coming in, so if that doesn't substantially change I've got 2 girls. Yippee...half the battle won. The thing I'm having trouble seeing...and maybe it's just too early???? or am I being an ignoramus about this???...do they have pea combs or single combs? I know the difference between those comb types in adult birds, even juvenile birds....and I've seen straight combs in my chicks and rose combs, but this will be my first opportunity to get pea combs....and for the life of me I'm having trouble with the pea comb. Do these have pea combs? Is it too early to tell? Or are they small single combs. When should I know? I'm interested just out of eagerness...I know that if I get a pea comb EE then I have a pretty good chance (like 90%???) of getting blue/green eggs. Thanks. Photos below. (They are being brooded by my Silkie so very shy, camera and otherwise) Lady of McCamley Chick #1 (Cadbury) Chick #2 (Peeps) And just for fun...this is the way they sleep with Momma on the roost now...it's hysterical to watch them get settled in at night now that Mom has decided we will roost instead of being on the nest.