My chickens have developed at different speeds, however, all of them display roo behavior and all of them are 'sexed pullets' One has clearly revealed himself to be a roo, the others also have suspiciously red combs and wattles. Here they are: Previously 'Eden', the 'Silver Laced Wyandotte'. I'm thinking of a male name still... I like this one enough to try and work with him... Do you agree this is probably a roo with red at this age? Comb closeup... very closeup. He, like the others, is obsessed with stealing the white string on my camera. A shot of the telling wattles! 'Barred Rocks' Cookie and Nessa both of them have reddish wattles, but wouldn't hold still for a close-up. Liz'bitt the 'Jersey Giant' has reddish on her face too. These two look like pullets, and are slightly more tame, though all are very tame... Problem is, they act like the others, going into standoffs and fluffing their feathers and whatnot. Poppy the adorable and human-loving Buff Orp: She grabbed the string as I clicked the button, and I was too slow to get it out of the shot... still a good shot of her comb though. A side shot of Poppy to show her feathering, if that helps. Belle the 'Speckled Sussex' watching Poppy... continue to attack the lifeless string. Please help me figure out what my supposed pullets are.... Sigh... I like all of them, but there are two neighbors within 40 yards on two sides of my place... our yards extend only in front and back... so all the crowing is not going to garner me too many fans at this range, legal or not.