It should be noted that these wing-sexing pictures are part of an experiment more than anything. Wing-sexing is not known to be accurate in the back yard flock, since some hatcheries breed specifically for the growth of the wings, so that their chicks can be wing-sexed. I have a personal wonderment that i am testing here, and i'm letting you watch. So i guess we'll see about it.
This is the second day in a row of wing pictures of my chicks that hatched Friday night through Saturday morning. For some of them, today is day three, and wing-sexing (for the sake of this experiment) is no longer valid after today.
For your entertainment - and because they're so extremely cute - i am including pictures of the actual chicks this time. *Chick numbers are probably not the same as yesterday's. I can only tell two of them from the rest.
Chick #1: My black sexlink.
Girl, for sure.
The only brown one. I've thought this one was a girl, but i might be wavering. Time will have to tell.
I think that some of my guesses today might be opposite from yesterday.
Eva said 5 girls and 3 boys yesterday. Today, i might agree with her. Maybe. I would love to be able to sex my chicks. But it's so hard to say.