I have a bantam golden seabright that I picked up from the feed store on 7/2. I don't know how old they(I got 4) were when I purchased them, but they were at different stages of feathering out. I've had them for almost three weeks. I'm guessing the age of the seabright to be approx. 4-4 1/2 weeks(??). Well, this morning I let them out and sat down with them as always and I noticed little bumps on my seabright's legs where spurs should be!! These little nubs even look like they've got a little point to them!! I'm hoping beyond hope that they aren't what I suspect because it will break my heart to have to rehome him!! So my question is how early does or can a roo start to develop spurs? Or are the little nubs I noticed developing spurs at all? Please help! Thanks!!