Black Australorp--hen or roo?

cLynn

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About 9 weeks old now. I haven't yet seen/heard a crow. Is there a possibility this is female that is just developing faster than others or is the consensus still that it is a roo? When do they usually start crowing?
 

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About 9 weeks old now. I haven't yet seen/heard a crow. Is there a possibility this is female that is just developing faster than others or is the consensus still that it is a roo? When do they usually start crowing?
Defiantly a roo! Notice the redding comb, big wattles and pointy hackle and saddle feathers.
 
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