Do Black Australorp hens have wattles? I have ten 6 week old chicks picked out of a straight run. A feed store employee told me about this "behavioral" test in which you hold young chicks (less than a week old) upside down by their feet. He said cockerels will fight against this until set upright, while pullets would either relax immediately or within a second or two, and just hang happily upside down. I also saw a YouTube video that said that chicks 3-5 days old could be sexed by how many rows of primary flight feathers they had (1 for cockerels, 2 for pullets). All of my "girls" passed both tests. Some have more prominent combs and the now the start of wattles than others. Does it mean anything in this breed? I know in many breeds, hens can have wattles and combs, too. I really don't want to have eat the unintended roosters in several weeks, but if it happens, it happens--I'd just like some guidance from experts! Thanks for putting up with the newbies like me!