Hello! I am hoping there is a Polish expert on here who could help me sex my 18 week old Polish supposed "pullet". After reading through several posts on the forums, I am getting increasingly convinced s/he is probably a rooster, but since there are no roos allowed where I live, if I return him/her to the breeder it will likely be a death sentence, so I want to be reeeeeally sure before I take that step. (Also, the breeder is over an hour away, so I'm not too keen to go back there just for her advice either.) Also, since we're well into Autumn here now, I don't think there will be any laying now to help tip me off until next Spring. Positives - no comb, no wattle, no crowing, no mounting of other hens (that I've seen anyway), legs don't look particularly thick compared to the other hens. Negatives - not top of the pecking order yet, but trying to get there! top puff looks 'spiky' rather than 'puffy' (but I don't have any other Polish to compare to and I don't know if this is a definite for all Polish anyway or if it depends on the type - I'm guessing mine is a 'splash' but it could be a mix), hackles look kinda pointy to me (but I looked at all my other pullets and several of them looked like they had pointy hackles too, so I'm not yet a very good judge of this), and I don't know at what age sickle feathers start to come in? I'm attaching several photos below and would appreciate your thoughts - if you see any definite markers for a roo, then I'm afraid he's done for; but if there's any small window of hope she's a hen, I'll keep feeding her until I know for sure. Thanks so much in advance!