I got 6 Bantam chicks back in April. They were sold to me to all be hens as babies, but recently three are starting to look like roos... What do you think? They should be almost 18 weeks... This one has the most prominent comb but is the most docile. it never picks a fight and has always stayed in the back of the flock... I haven't seen any spurs starting on this one. This is a side view of the one above and one of its siblings. The one in the back is very feisty and picks on the others it has what look like spurs beginning and a visible comb. But for its age I would have thought that it would have a more developed comb and waddle... The pretty grey one I also suspect might be a roo... what do you think? I think I see the beginnings of spurs on this one too... can a female develop spur spots? None of these are crowing yet. I have an extremely large rooster that is crowing, will the competition keep the smaller ones from crowing? This one I am pretty certain is a female. She has always been on the bottom of the pecking order and is very pail in the face with no visible waddle or spur beginning. Do you agree?