Hi, We recently moved to Ohio from Pa...have 3 acres---and decided to get chickens for the FIRST time. ANYWAY..I came here because..we got chicks...for pets and eggs. **Learning as we go.** No interest in breeding...or selling eggs. We bought Four 1 week old babies of svart honas. We love the DARTH VADER chickens. Had never heard of them. ALL black beauties. Problem is---they are 8 weeks old now--and we don't know whether we have boys or girls. Comb/wattle color means nothing as they are all black. Many pictures of the svart hona hens I have seen...show some of them having fairly large combs. I have read many articles on sexing other chickens, but--how can I begin to tell with these ones?? --or is it simply too early? Help. There are 4. One has a smaller comb...must be a girl?(2nd pic) The other 3 have close to the same combs, but--one of the chicks is much smaller.(in back-2nd pic) The largest chick is from another batch hatched...so--is not a sibling. It is 3 days older....and did try to crow twice.(1st pic) Is crowing 100% rooster at this age? The 3 with larger combs do jump around and have mini battles....roosters? The breeder will buy back any we do not want to keep plus a raising fee...so--we are not stuck with them IF they are roosters BUT--we are attached.