My beloved Sebright hen Sam laid nine eggs and hatched every one of them. Except... all of them kinda look like boys to me. They're 7 weeks old today (the pictures are from two days ago) and a number of them have started crowing, I've seen at least two attempt mating behavior, and they all still fight but not violently. (I don't put much stock in crowing tbh because Sam herself started crowing when she was about 4 weeks old and she still does it on rare occasions.) There was one that I picked up once and it was startled enough to go into the submission posture that usually indicates a hen. Sam, although a Sebright, has had three male offspring *without* hen-feathering but most of these chicks look hen-feathered to me, so I focused mostly on their faces. Which may look weird because a few weeks back they started viciously attacking each other for unknown reasons. They've since calmed down. I'm uploading a picture of each, even though there are a few that I am already dead certain are male. "Spectacles" - only one with Silkie-type dark skin (from father). Also the only one who is definitely growing sickle feathers. Chick #2 Chick #3 "Mia" Chick #5 Chick #6 Chick #7 Chick #8 "Frosty" who managed to get a tiny bit of leaf stuck to their beak for their photo op. In case it helps, these are the parents: Wynn on the right there is Sam's son. This guy is the likely father of chicks 1, 5, 6, and probably 9.