We will probably keep one and then try to find homes for the others. We have a few friends with just hens.Wow, there's such a difference between the first three and the last pic that it leaves me to believe that the others are roo's. Should start crowing at 16-20 weeks so see what happens then. What will you do with the roo's?
There is a drastic difference in the pics for sure. I have a few white leghorns in my flock - thought they might be roo's due to the combs being so big but they are hens - eggs daily now. Good luck with your flock.
I completely agree about the 2 roo & 1 pullet - just mentioned that I was concerned with mine when they were young because there combs were so big. I cant seem to locate the pics of them at that age but they were like little freaks of nature - lol...I have white leghorns aswell
and the comb does not usually become so big until week 18
so any comb that large at a younger age is roo
as the pics of OP show
2 with large combs and one with small comb which will grow but clearly indicated 2 Roos and 1 pullet
This is a prime example of identifying breed specific traits and growth
where other breeds may always have a large comb for roos and small for pullets
the Leghorn is different
the pullets keep a small comb all the way to 18 weeks and then it shoots out like a rocket