It looks like I have five roosters out of 25 chicks. Assuming that el mystery chick was in fact a boy (and that's a reasonable guess) that leaves four. 90% accuracy should only give me 2.5 (but I'd rather round up than get half a chick). If I believed in karma I'd say in my past life I must have been driving a cadillac fueled by kittens and covered in genuine orphan skin seats, because I shouldn't have this many boys. Now, what to do with them is not a problem. I have a set of Cornish X I'm getting ready to send to camp, and there's always room on that bus for a few more, and I ordered more chickens than I intend to keep, so I was always planning on getting rid of some. What is annoying is dealing with them. Six weeks old and three of them are already attempting to serenade me awake each morning. The thought that a few of my birds are more single purpose than dual purpose doesn't bother me. Losing sleep to the arrogant little feather beasts does. Part of me says I should complain. Part of me says there's nothing to be done about it. Anyone complained to a hatchery about sexing errors before? What would they do about it anyway? I certainly don't want five more (unless they are cornish x....yum!). Is this a "Sit down, shut up, and enjoy the peeps you have while you pick rooster meat out of your teeth" situation, or something that happens all the time?