Well I did get two red sexlinks I rescued from work and yes they were sexed pullets and yes they are both the right colors for girls but I have noticed at about 4 weeks that one of the girls has a larger comb growing than the other. It isn't red or even pinkish just larger. Is it normal for red sexlinks to have separate sized combs? Can one express larger comb from one parents while her sister expresses the smaller comb from another parent? I'm not worried about her being a rooster at all because as I said the comb is hardly pink or redish and is the same color as her sister but I was wondering if this is normal for sexlinks to have such differences even between chickens from the same hatchery/batch? Even their colors are turning out vastly different. The one with the smaller comb is more cream in her color with lots of white and a little red but the one with the larger comb is mostly a vibrant mahogany color and white at the tip of her tail and wings.