This is it
The one in the middle
Here it is not fluffed up
On the left
Looks like a hen to me. Notice that its snood only reaches the end of its beak when it is fully expanded while the snoods of the toms hang far below the ends of their beaks. You really need to use pics that are in focus.
Tom on left and hen on the right.
If it is a hen, it has the longest snood of any hen that I have ever seen. Even though the snood has not expanded nearly as far as a normal tom, it still is at least a half inch past the end of the beak.
If it gobbles, it is a tom and if it lays an egg, it is a hen.
Nothing in the photos is in focus which makes me think that you are using too slow a shutter speed and are getting motion blur. If you have a flash, use it.