Hello everyone--I have a 'Cousin It', or so we think... Bought a New Hampshire Red pullet at the feed store a year and a half ago. It has never crowed, mated, or given us any eggs. The comb and wattles are deep red and very large. The vent is moist, deep pink, about 2 fingers in width. All the other hens and the Rhode Island Red rooster ignore 'it', but do not hurt 'it'. It sleeps alone and is never invited to roost on the perches... Each morning it runs to me when I call 'Cousin It'--then squats low. I shake it gently on the back and tap it on the vent, and then it shakes and fluffs like it has mated!!! We all laugh every day with this... It is so funny. Last year when I showed at the County Fair I brought Cousin It just for fun. The folks there believed it is both male and female. Could this be true, or does it have a blocked oviduct or something else? I don't have the money to have a vet make an assessment. Any thoughts? I am pretty attached to Cousin It and don't want to cull it. Looking forward to some responses. How common is this with chickens? Thanks.