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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by the3ofus+oursixchicks, Aug 1, 2013.
They are Easter Eggers about maybe 1 month old.
Too young to tell at this age. Watch for comb development. Since you have two, you should see a difference, that is, if they are opposite sex. Males will get redder and larger than females. Males tend to develop thicker legs also.
I can't really tell. I agree with MrsBachBach wait until their owner but if they both get red combs don't freak out because that's not always a definite characteristic of chicks
At bit too young to tell. If those combs really redden up in the next few weeks, you probably have some roosters.
All to young to tell. Post some new pics in a couple weeks and we'll be able to tell better then.