I have a posting under flock managemant because we have too many roos and some of them are taking a ride to the pound with me on Monday. I am trying to sort out who is going and who if any can stay. I had thought both of theses were roos but on the other posting someone had thought the polish cross (brown and black ) was a pullet. I'm just taking a poll of opinions. It would be great if it was. Should I wait longer on these two to fix it out?What do you think of the bantam salmon faverolle x roo or pullet. Neither one has crow as there are others in the coop right now taking care of that job.I thought the brown/black one was a roo just because she/he gets alot of respect from the others roo and hens. She/he never really has to revert to any physical attacks. She/he just makes a noise and the others step aside. I have only seen she/he once grab my standard cochin cockerel by the back feather when he didn't step aside. The polish cross about 17 weeks old. The bantam salmon favorelle cross is not very confrontational either. The only one I see him interacting with that way is a black bantam frizzle x and he is always the instigator. Actually the little black one will mix it up with all the suspected roos in coop. The frizzle is a trouble maker and although very cool looking he is going for a ride to the pound with me Monday. The salmon faverolle cross is about 13 weeks old. Could it be a pullet I would be very excited! Polish cross about 17 weeks old Salmon Faverolle x 13 weeks My son would love to keep she/he What do you all think? This little guy is going to the pound...He's trouble!