Hello Folks, Some family members believe one of my brother's Black Sex-links is a cockeral rather than a pullet. Even after I explain the coloring consideration regarding sexlinks, they believe this individual is a cockeral due to the enormous comb and wattles. This bird has spur bumps that are slightly bigger than the others in this flock. The flock is just at point of lay. I don't see any sickle feathers--Certainly no more than any other birds in this flock. There isn't any behaviors--crowing or strutting or anything else--that indicates that this might be a roo. Other than the comb and wattles, she sort of just blends in with the others. I think she is just a pullet with a large comb and wattles. Other family members disagree. You can see the degree to which she is different from her "sisters." So, here are my questions: Is it at all possible for a sexlink roo to be hen/pullet colored? Or, for that matter, can you have a sexlink pullet that is roo colored? If so, is this what they call a 'sport'? What do you all think? Is she / he an Agnes or an Angus?