While Im not new to having chickens, this is my first time with chicks. I have 20-30 chicks currently. Buff Orps,barred Rock,light, brahma, black Jersey, RIR, EE, Isa B and SL Wyandotte (The variety pack I know ) Anyway I spend over an hour everyday observing them and I have noticed some very distinct differences in them. With all I have read/ seen on this forum about sexing chicks Im wondering if anyone else has observed their own chicks and been accurate to their sex at less than 2 weeks old. Pullets tend to feather much faster correct? And usually from the shoulders and wings right? My thinking here is that by 10days or so it seems very obvious to me what is a roo and whats a pullet. Pullets should have longer wings an tail feathers, while roo's will have stubby wings and very little tail feathers. If this is right than why couldn't a trained eye notice this? Would certainly take the waiting game off the table lol. Im very interested to hear what "Senior" Chick folks think on this matter.