Above: Group Pic of all three. There are only these three in this coop. Above: Ginger, the most outgoing, but does not let you pet her/him but one or two strokes. (Squats when you pet her/his back) Above: Liza. She/he does not like to be pet, but will eat out of your hand. (All three will eat feed out of your hand) No Squat. Right now, she is lowest in the pecking order. Today, I saw Ginger (Pic above Liza) bullying the other two by not letting them get to food or water. Ginger finally let the others eat after he/she had eaten. Ginger was lowest in pecking order yesterday. Above: Joonie. is the most skittish. She/he will eat feed out of your hand, but not all the time. In this pic, she's kind of ****** off. Above: Liza, (with a bit of a scissor beak) Joonie, and Ginger on the end. They all have that "flat head" look. Each appear to have a single comb, but Ginger has a bit of something going on right above her where her single comb starts. They do look boyish to me, but they were sold to me as yet-to-lay pullets and I am a newbie. I've only had them two weeks. They were in the store for two weeks and before that, I guess where they originated. Until two days ago, it was super hot and humid and lots of construction noise until two days ago. Do you think these really are girls? I'm hoping they aren't laying because of stress and it's just not their time. Could it also be because the days are growing shorter too? We had a cool front come through two days ago, but in Florida cold is not really cold compared to many of you. Above: Temp chart for where I live. I think that record low was in 1984 or 1986. I don't know if you can see in the pictures, but there is patchy feather loss. Nothing to write home about, but I found a few long (but round) feather's in the coup. Also, some small down feather's? Do 26 week old EE's loose feather's other than a molt? (Heat, maybe?) So, what do you think. Male or Female?