Back story: So, my dear hubs went to market last fall and came home with 18 chicks, 12 of which we still have. 1 had cross beak and didn't make it, and the other 5 got so aggressive that I traded them off for some hens. I posted a thread when those turned, and it was suggested that I a.) "accidentally" might have gotten all roos, or b.) they were red sex links and it was no accident...lol. Now that they've all grown up a little, I wanted to post the old pics and some that I took today and see if there's a consensus on Delawares, all roos, or RSLs. I'd love to get a hen or 2 from the bunch, but if we did get all roos, I still have my 2 favorites that aren't going anywhere. Old pics, formerly posted, of the chicks at about 5-6 weeks: Body shot: Current photos at about 3 months (taken today): And this is the same one in the first pic above: If we did in fact get Delawares, and we *may* have a hen or 2, what would I look for in a breeding pair? The second pic from today is my favorite and I hopehopehope that it's a hen, but I'm keeping it regardless. The first pic from today I'm almost certain is a cockerel, but not my favorite. My favorite looks a lot like him, but has a better personality...he just didn't want to get caught for pictures...lol. Anyway, I'm open to all opinions. Here to learn! We honestly got duped on some RIRs too. The lady assured my husband that they were all hens, but they've aged, and gotten very plume-y and pretty, and I heard a random attempt at crowing a couple of weeks ago, so I've given up hope that the RIRs are hens. But they're pretty and very entertaining! It would just be nice to get some hens since we started the whole chicken thing for eggs... Thanks!