Quick guess with feather sexing- pics included

fiset94

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My two Asterlorp chicks were born late Sunday night - I took these photos early this morning. So Aprox 36 hours old.

First chick - with yellow band

Second chick - without band

Second chick in next post***
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I really appreciate any input- we lost power for 3 days due to our Boston Storm. I lost many eggs in the incubator because of this and I’m hoping these two survivors are girls.
 

The Moonshiner

I'm too drunk to taste this chicken 🛸 🏴‍☠️
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Wing feather sexing doesn't work on any breeds.
Its like sex links. You cross two breeds to make a hybrid that can then be feather sexed.
You have to cross a fast feathering breed rooster to a slow feathering breed hen. In the offspring cockerel chicks will be slow feathering while pullets will be fast feathering.
 

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