It's very confusing. Can someone post pictures of the saddle feathers that distinguish Roos from Hens?? Some pointers on what to look for? And hopefully the pictures will be of young birds to show how to identify them on the young bird. And the comb.... I am reading that the Roos have 3 rowed combs. Does that mean Roos don't have a single row comb? I have 4 ~ 9 week old birds. And 2 of them have combs (single row and not any brighter red than my mature hens) and wobbly things.... I found them a home and my sister says wait wait wait - that she talked to a woman who worked for Southern States for 20 yrs who said people always came in saying they were sold Roos instead of hens. And they always told them to wait, because almost always they were hens. That different breeds develop differently. So I am waiting to see if one or both crow. All of them are still peeping. Now my 2 that I am concerned are Roos, their combs and wobbly things seem to be staying proportionately to the growth of the bird - in other words, they aren't getting larger. The birds are getting larger. Their combs have remained the same. From behind, they look the same as the 2 hens. Their legs don't seem to be thicker. Their behaviors are the same -- all 4 of them. I don't see feathering from the top to be any different from the other 2. All tails go right up - no sloping downward. Here's a picture of one of the 2.