@UrbanMamaHen I know, it was a great hatch for shipped eggs. I got them from Orchard Hill poultry, if I remember correctly, in Georgia. I had thought I had an awesome hatch, because I thought I had 1 cockerel and 6 pullets. But I have discovered that the cockerels seem to develop at different times. I had the 1 obvious cockerel. then about a month later, the other 2 popped up, and now I believe the splash in the picture is also a slow developing roo.
Thanks, I got shipped eggs a year or so ago from a reputable breeder, but out of two sets of eggs, only one hatched. I concluded that shipped Isbar eggs don't hatch well. But I think the eggs I got were from the 1st line, and not as hardy as the second line. I loved the coloring of the black roo I hatched, but gave him away after experimenting crossing him with my cream legbar hen for sex-linked chicks. I got one black sex-linked hen from the cross, and just love her. She has beautiful large dark eyes, and black feathers with coral/red and iridescent green highlights. She started laying large green eggs at about six months, and outlay all my other hens including the cream legbar hens. I get six to seven eggs from her each week - she rarely takes a break from laying.
Because of this hen, I want to get some Isbars again, and perphaps to create some more sex-linked chicks. I think some are calling them (blue) ice cream bars.
I think you are right about the splash being a roo. I can see the more prominent red comb also. Both are very pretty.