I am raising pullets to show & sell at our county fair in January. They will be 6-8 months old at that time. What identifying characteristics can I show to potential buyers to prove that these really are nice young birds? At that age can I still call them Point-of-Lay? At this fair there are a lot of interested buyers, and therefore many people who enter their older somewhat spent hens in order to sell them & make room in their flocks. And they price them extremely low. I want to be able to truly justify higher the price I'll ask for my chickens because they're right at the beginning of their laying careers. Thank you for your imput!