I saw a video on Youtube to help determine sex. They said that when the females are turned upside down they will fan their tale feathers and roosters won't. Can anyone tell me if this is true? Back to bumble bee, I turned him/her forward and down and she/he fanned its tail feathers. Still no cockle doodling but definite clucking going on. Now I'm confused by its behavior. Postures like a rooster, chasing the one chick that hatched with him. The other chick disappeared a couple of days ago. Jumps on the hens but is afraid of them and runs away. He/she is 14 weeks and 3 days now. I found a home for him if he is a rooster but what if she is a hen? Should I wait to give him/her away? Since I lost the other chick it would be nice to have the extra egg. I hate to give him/her up, it is such a beautiful bird. Also it has bright yellow/orange legs. Does anyone know of a breed that has bright yellow legs?