I was just watching cute chick videos on youtube and came across this, from the discovery channel: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2yVYRpZhnk In that video, I heard something I'd never known before. (Remember I'm pretty new to all this, so it could be completely well-known LOL) They're sexing the chicks by looking at the two rows of feathers. If the rows are different lengths, it's a female. Same length, male. How accurate is that? I'm just very intrigued by this because I hadn't heard it before. I know some people are able to just 'look' at a chick and know, but I thought that was more down to experience and trial/error in the past.