So, I've read over and over that one of the best ways to tell Doms and BRs apart is by looking at the comb. Well, I was at the feed store last week and they had a bin of Dom pullets *YAY!!!!* Then, as I was looking them over, I noticed that their combs looked very much like plain old single combs...uh oh. So I asked the feed store lady and she said that they were sent from the hatchery labeled as Doms so that was what they were selling them as. I went ahead and bought 3, but I keep looking at those combs and wondering... The comb is really short and has several little points along it...not as tall as some of the other single combed chicks I have but very similar. What I am wondering is, what does a Dom comb look like when they are little? I thought maybe it just looks like a single comb now but will change as they get older. Also, is is possible to have Doms with single combs? These are hatchery chicks, so I know they are PQ. I have a SLW with a single comb so I wondered if it was possible with the Doms as well. I'm probably just deluding myself, but hey, I can hope, right?