I noticed today on my Lakenvelder chick (2 weeks old) definite bumps on his/her head where a comb is starting to grow. I read on the Silver Spangled Hamburgs that's a definite clue at this age that it's a rooster because the pullets' combs don't grow until way later. I'm wondering if it's the same for Lakenvelders because I know that doesn't work for gender identification for all chicken breeds. I'm hoping SHE is a pullet but since this chick was my surprise from McMurray I'm guessing that chances are it's a little man. Anyone have experience with Lakenvelders who could tell me if it means anything or not? I'm so curious! Thanks!