Here is one of our new chicks. This is our 3rd wyandotte chick (the other 2 were killed in a dog attack a few weeks back). This chick was our replacement since we wanted to see what it would be like to raise a wyandotte to at least to egg laying age. This one is not as aggressive as our last pullets. Our last wyandotte pullets were actually pretty aggressive and dominated the pecking order even though they weren't our biggest chicks. This one only comes into action when there is food involved. This chick is a follower and cries loudly "peep peep peep" if she finds herself alone. We've been calling her "whiney wyandotte" since we don't have a proper name for her. Well her comb is starting to take off differently than our other wyandotte chicks did. Having said that she is from a feed store (from a bin labeled wyandotte pullets), so her breeding maybe less than ideal (she could be a mutt). She sure doesn't act like any roo chick I've seen, but this chick has us worried based on appearance. Our others did get a pink comb by this age but it wasn't so spiky (more flat)....but again this is a feed store chick. Thoughts? Some early shots, this is our chick a few days old (we think) Here are some more recent ones from different angles for your viewing pleasure (excuse our basement bathroom....it had the best light for this time of day). This chick is likely 2 1/2 to 3 weeks old. We are not familiar with the intricacies of Wyandotte sexing so help is appreciated.