ok, so a couple weeks ago I had a similar post re: a black copper maran. It did turn out to be a roo Well, the other day, my bf thought he heard one of our chickens make a crowing sound, but wasn't sure. This morning I woke up to crowing coming out of the coop....but none while myself or my bf was out with them. A little background..... as I am extremely discouraged now... We ordered our chicks online at a "nearby" farm, that is an hour and a half away. But the website was wonderful, clear and easy and the place looked great. I ordered 6 sexed (egg layer) chicks. After 2 emails about delayed hatching it was finally the night before pick-up! Then I got it.... another email stating that only 2 of my choices hatched. They were short with numbers again. But the girl emailed me promptly back and forth all night regarding taking extra hatches instead. one of which was one that I had originally ordered, but I brushed it off thinking that she just made a mistake because it was such a busy hatching time. It still worked out great. My bf went and picked them up. All were healthy and cute! And I thought it was really great that she was up late keeping in contact with me and worked to get 6 chicks still. Fast forward- one turns out to be a black copper maran instead of a cuckoo maran. That's fine, but then it turned out to be a roo. While at the farm to do a swap, there was a chicken that looked just like my (supposed to be) Coronation Sussex. I knew it wasn't because it didn't have the colorations of the coronation. Upon asking, it was a Cornish rock...again, wrong chick that was not ordered... And to top things off, they didn't have any pullets or even hens I could buy, to replace my roo So with an empty heart of having to give my little "Nell" away, we left for a long ride home empty handed. So now you may be able to really understand my frustration and upset demeanor in this post- but yet again another issue! Can I get your honest opinions once more on these pics below? I am questioning the Cornish Rock and the Americauna. The Cornish Rock was the one that my bf thought he heard the other day. The Americauna- I'm just not sure what a young roo or hen is supposed to look like? They are all 10 weeks old. sorry for the not so great quality pics- I was trying to get quick ones before my battery died. If you think I need more clear ones or close ups I'll get some more! thank you all so much!!