So I have a little flock of A&M, Reds, and red tuxedos that i still have not been able to sex. They are ten weeks old and have not laid any eggs yet but they also are just finishing up with a molt. I didn't want to try and light them until they were done molting completely. I know some are males because i heard an a&m crow at 6 weeks (i didn't have anything to mark it at the time) I would like to butcher out the extra males so I don't have to keep feeding them all. I would like to slowly start lighting them, maybe add half an hour or so of light a day until i get 14 hour days to try and not trigger another molt. If they are not breeding you can't sex them, right? Any advice on getting them in breeding mode would be greatly appreciated. I have picked out the few browns females and put them in the other side of the cage with a roo but i would like 2 flocks of mixed colors, 7 in each side. Its a 3'x8' pen with center divider. Also, I have a few goldens too. Can they be sexed by the specked chest? I live in Colorado if that helps.