My chicks, (if you could call them that now) are going on 3.5 weeks or so now. Out of the 12, I now have 11, one of which still has only her primary wing feathers, the rest is all fluff. The other girls are full winged, most have their tail feathers, and are just now getting their neck and chest feathers. They are a mixed variety of 4 Red Star, 3 Wyandottes (two are silver laced, one is golden laced) and 4 Ameraucanas. The Ameraucanas have the most feathering, followed by the Wyandottes (one of the silvers is the one who is almost all fluff), and then the Red Stars (in which they are split 50/50 on feathering. I love to sit down and talk to them, and one of the Red Stars jumps up and listens to me. I will upload pictures as soon as I can. Is this a normal feathering pattern, and will they all be able to go out to their coop at the same time? Thank you ahead for any helpful insight on this matter.