I've done a search and didn't find anything right away and it's late at night so I don't want to keep looking. So forgive me if this is a worn out question. At what age do males start to crow? I'm wondering because 1 of my 12 "pullets" that I received from Sunnyside Hatchery June 5th (so they'll be 2 months old the beginning of Sept) is for sure a male. His comb is MUCH larger than the other ones and he is getting wattles already and none of the other ones have wattles yet. Plus his legs are larger than the other ones. I'm not complaining at all. Actually I'm glad I ended up getting a male in that group. He is very sweet too by the way. I hope he stays that way. I'm just getting anxious for him to start crowing. (I know, I'll probably think differently once he starts) My next question- At what age are males able to fertilize eggs? Is it the same age (5 or 6 months) as females when they start to lay eggs? Thanks in advance for your answers!