I posted this in the chick section but no one has responded. I wondered if anyone could tell by how many feathers they have. Since pictures don't show exact size, the little ones are about the size of my fist if I close it tight, with a head and a tail. How old do you think these little ones are? The guy was not sure. He thought maybe two weeks to three weeks. But today I was noticing that they have almost full feathers. These are Ameracauna Bantam mixes. The younger two have a mom who was a silky/barred rock cross. Dad is pure ameracauna. The older one is pure ameracauna bantam. They are wee little though and so stinkin' ADORABLE!! I have them in my baby tractor and we are putting up a grow up coop this week for them and my baby silkies, after these have a time of quarantine. I call the first one Crow and the babies the CrowQuettes, as they remind me of little black crows, lol. They were parent raised, so are not so tame to the hand yet.