Hi, A few weeks ago I got 2 EE's from the feed store that were supposed to be females. They were vent sexed, but they are growing differently. Aspen is small with a perky tail and a tiny comb. Quinn is huge (they are from the same clutch of eggs, though), has a fanned-out tail, and has a comb that is a lot bigger than Aspen's. Quinn is also more active and a lot braver. When I got them at a week old, I wondered if the sexers were wrong because of how Quinn didn't seem so scared of being in a box and because of the size difference. Here are some pictures: QUINN: Comb: Tail: ASPEN: Comb: Tail: Here they are next to each other: They are 3 weeks old Is Quinn... a HE?