I've seen the youtube videos about sexing chicks and read articles and advice here and I've made some guesses about my chicks, but I was just wondering, does it get easier to tell as they get older? Does a roo's equipment get more uh... pronounced? I don't have any adult chickens to compare to. See I've got this assortment of bantam chicks and 4 of them are sebrights, which as I understand it, were selectively bred so that the hens were as fine feathered as the roos. So now most of my chicks are sorting themselves out with combs, and feathering, and attitudes, and noise, but not these four. Well, I'm pretty sure I caught the biggest one proto-crowing so it's just the last three that I'm curious about.