I agree, those pretty grey birds are hens and everyone else is a rooster. You'll need to remove a lot of those roos, or separate the hens, or work out something to prevent your hens from getting overmated.
Originally Posted by Blue
The white ones are.probably leghorns, but I believe your pair are silkie mixes. Full silkies would have all silkie feathering; your two look like they have mostly normal smooth...
One roo in that size flock would be nice. Two may be pushing it, it would just depend on the flock and each animal.
Would you post pics of that second bird in a month or so? It should be pretty apparent by then what gender it is.
How much space do you have for your birds? That's usually the first consideration with pecking. Second is, is there anything wrong with the bird being pecked? Chickens can sense weakness or illness and are ruthless about culling.
What are your goals, besides a colorful egg basket? Is carcass size any consideration? Do you hatch out purebred chicks, or mixed breed?
With that many hens, I'm thinking you have an egg business, so production is a...