TSC had two bins full of pullets last week. One with white leghorns and the other with Red Sex links. They were blowing out pullets for 49 cents each. Couldn't pass up that deal! The Red links looked to be a little over a week old and the Leghorns just a few days old. I decided to get 2 leghorns and 4 sex links. I arrived at the store close to closing time and the girl working reminded us they were about to close. Once I made up my mind to get the birds she quickly scooped 4 links along with the leghorns and put them into the box. I didn't pick nor did I really feel I needed to. Both bins appeared to contain what they said they were. After I got them home I noticed 3 of the red links look similar - sort of buff with the red/brown stripes on their backs. Those 3 are quickly developing their wing and tail feathers and look like red or gold sex link pullets to me. 1 of them does not have the stripes, much shorter wing feathers, hardly any tails feather yet, and slightly darker in color overall. The chick at the top looks very similar to the other 2 Sex links but the one on the bottom is the oddball. Not sure if it is a sex link or different breed entirely. I'd hopefully like to rule out it being a cockerel. Wouldn't a red sex link cockerel be much lighter in color? Or, is this possibly still a red sex link pullet derived from a different cross than the others? Btw, this is not the tote they a brooding in. I just separated them into this one to take the photo.