My sister and I hatched 3 Silver Laced Wyandottes. They are 4 weeks old today. I know it's too early to tell for sure whether they are male or female, but I've never had a Silver Laced Wyandotte before, and I'm curious. We're here to learn, right?
I ended up with 2 black-with-white chicks and 1 mostly-white-with black one. Is this a sex-linked coloration? Just natural variety? They were all black with grey when they hatched and looked mostly the same until recently. The whiter one is really mostly white with just a little black! The black two are his opposites.
I'm tempted to think the white one is male and the black ones are female. Is there any basis for this hunch?