I have two gold laced wyandottes that are now 7 weeks. One is quite larger than the other and is starting to get really rosy or red in the comb and waddle area. The thing that keeps me confused however, is that the two remain almost identical in feathering. And the one that I was starting to suspect was a roo still very much (at least to my beginner eye) looks like a pullet in coloring. Any advise would be much appreciated. Thanks. Bird #1 is Rolo, the roo suspect: Bird #2 is Reeses, much smaller but almost identical except for color of comb. Also much more skittish so pictures were a bit more difficult. For the record these are feed store birds so of course they were sexed as pullets which I do realize means a whole lot of nothing because I've already had to get rid of one roo that I got from the same batch of chicks I got that day. They really should stop advertising their "accuracy" percentages lol! Thanks in advance for any help you can offer me!