Good evening all.. Got everything that I cut for hay on mon/tues. raked into windrows today while nephew and friend started hauling the hay in. Was looking at the not so little ones today trying to figure out how many roo's I ended up with. Think 1 austrolorp, 1 cinnamon queen/golden comet. Ordered 15 silver laced Wyandotte roo's and not sure how many I got. But did notice that I have a crooked beak pullet. She might be a little smaller then the others hard to tell, Should I consider culling her this fall?? I know I don't want to breed from her which is to bad as she has lovely markings. But she could join general population for egg production. Will the messed up beak affect egg laying?? I didn't notice earlier but then they are hard to tell as beaks are horn/yellow at tip turning black towards the head. The light brahmas there seems to be a lot of roo's maybe LOL or could be more lesbi-hens they give me the hardest time trying to determine sex. 2 of my over 2 year old roos were busy fighting today not sure what their problem is all of the sudden. Funny to watch tho as they are both klutzes and fell over backwards when trying to jump and attack each other sort of like off-balanced sumo wrestlers. Good night all and sweet dreams.