So, been doing alot of incubating of Light Brahma and Cochins, standard sized. Certain differences definitely between the feathers. But, here is the quandry. At the age of 21 days and younger, I have noticed a huge difference in the tail feathers of the Brahmas. Some have quite clearly defined, rather longer looking tails and some have kind of a short, fluffy looking tail. Does anyone know which gender has each particular type of tail to determine gender? I can't just figure it out. I tried some wing feather sexing with two of them when they were younger than 72 hours old. Clearly one had the sawtoothed wing feathers, the other same length, but not sure if this is even accurate. The two that were wing sexed, are now 2 months old and I still can't really tell who is who, they look slightly different, the combs are pretty much looking the same. Anyone raise Brahmas, not sure if the colour of Brahma would make a difference, but would surely like to hear some responses from those that raise Brahmas.