Out of our 11 chicks we have 3 maran chicks - 2 of whom look identical, 1 looks different. I will post pics later if I can. The two similar are both having tail/saddle feathers come in... as in pointing up, not just the downy feathering. They are also a bit darker in markings, still have yellow bellies and yellow spot on head but compared to the lone one - the one has much more yellowing on head and has no tail feathers just fluff. I know they are tiny but it's an obvious difference. I'm assuming the two to be roosters and one hen but just wondering. Any tricks on sexing babies? These aren't straight run, supposed to be 90% pullets/hens. We have 3 cochins, 1 barred rock, 1 dark brahma, 3 marans, 3 EE (they said they were ameraucanas but I'm not sold on that). Any other tricks on how to tell the girls from boys? Any help appreciated. Thanks!