Hello all on BYC! I have had chickens for five years now, and have gotten pretty good at telling which chickens are males, and which are females. This time though, I'm not sure. I have five 20 week-old dominiques that I bought as sexed PULLETS from MurrayMcMurray's, but now I'm not so sure that I got what I paid for. Out of the five, 4 of them are much larger and lighter in color than the fifth, and also have larger combs. Even more concerning, I'm seeing ROOSTER feathers and the beginnings of spurs. I have tried looking up what girls are supposed to look like at this age (this is my first experience with the breed), and they seem to match in color, body and wattles. They also act like little girls, as I've never seen them fight, raise their hackles, or crow. They are also much smaller than the BO rooster they were raised with, but that could just be the difference in breed. Please give me your opinions on whether or not my 'girls' are actually 'boys'! This is a blurry picture of the head of one and the tail of another the bigger, lighter ones are my 'maybes' the dark small one is definitely a girl, and the large golden one is the BO cockerel that was raised with them This three of the four hanging out. Notice the little nubs on the legs and long, curling tails?