Quote:Hi Steve- I'm pretty sure any of your roos will be fertile before your pullets even start laying. You have any new pics? Time really flies- they must be huge by now. I listed some birds for sale and had them described as 3 month olds, only to go back to find their baby pics and discover they are 5 months. Ooops! Bantams are sneaky like that. Hi Amy, I will try and get some pics up soon. Of the 6 that hatched, I have re-homed one Roo. I have a beautiful Roo named Goliath - he will be re-homed at some point. I cannot keep a Roo(I don't think)... Of the remaining 4, I know 3 are pullets and one is still questionable. He looks nothing like Goliath, who is definitely a Roo, but his comb is suggesting Roo at some point. My cross-beak girl is still doing OK for now... Steve Not too bad. I think if that cross-beak is still aorund she's going to be with you for quite a while. The questionable roo probably is a "roo in waiting". Once your dominant one leaves he will sprout up practically overnight and take his place. I've seen it happen quite a bit. You should try to hang on to one of them so you can at least hatch some chicks to have laying next spring.