I took the little ladies (hopefully) out of the brooder for some garage floor adventure time...would appreciate any opinions or guesses on the sex of these chicks, they are from a hatchery (not sure which), and sexed as pullets. Please offer breed corrections if necessary. This is Aabbee, a salmon faverolle. She is 5 weeks old and is a runt size wise, but is feathering out quickly. You may have seen another thread I started regarding Aabbee getting picked on, or at least, missing a few flight feathers. I checked her over well tonight though and she seems alright. There is one more picture of her with her head in the feeder down below... This is Boss, a 6 week old "Rhode Island Red". I was assured by the store that they get production reds and RIRs from the hatchery and sell them as such. Though I suspect this breed would be officially referred to as a 'production red'? Regardless, she is definitely the boss, has been since day 1, but is really a kind chick and the first to jump into our hands now. She wouldn't hold still for a picture, so it's tough to see, but her comb is starting to show itself a little bit, but is a yellow or maybe pale orange color. This is Mazy, our dark brahma, she is 5 weeks old. She was sort of struggling her first couple hours here, panting and not drinking or eating. So I held her for about 20 minutes and she perked up and has been awesome ever since. She is by far the most relaxed bird we have and the one I feel most sure about calling a pullet. This is our light sussex Henny. Have you ever heard the old recording about Hetty the Hen? About how she lays blue and green eggs and the other animals don't want anything to do with her because she's 'different', but the farmers kids think it's really cool, especially cause it's easter, and then all the animals like her. Well, my 2.5 yr old really likes that, but she thinks it's Henny the Hen, not Hetty. We told her they said 'Hetty', but she insists we call her Henny! Anyways, we picked Henny up three weeks after we got the original three. We aren't sure of her exact age, but I am 99% sure she is either 4 or 5 weeks old. She (hopefully) has really big feet and is big bodied, is feathering well (to my inexperienced eyes) and doesn't seem to have much color in the comb. She is finally starting to warm up to us a bit Look at those monster feet Henny and Aabbee in the brooder... In case any hawk eye's out there notice the junk in the water, yes I cleaned it tonight I actually hung the feeder, raised the waterer and replaced that plastic jar with a pint size glass mason jar. I think it will work out much better. They were billing out tons of food, going through about 3/4 of a quart a day, so I raised it up to try to cut back on wasted feed...hope it works and thanks in advance for your help!