I admit it - I can't tell my white leghorns apart - they all look the same to me. The only one that is obviously different is the one I assume is the pullet b/c two of the big combed ones have crowed. So how do I tell them apart now that they are 10 weeks old and I don't want to try and put a leg band on them. Or does it even matter - now that I've personally seen two crow at the same time - does that mean all the red combed 10 week olds are roos too? Sidenote: If I ever have matching chicks again I will definitely leg band them to tell them apart. I thought about spraying bluekote on the crowers' feet when I catch them crowing so I can know who is doing the crowing & get them ready to go to a friend's farm. Should I even bother? I don't want to give away any hens, just the roos. The left one I am guessing is a pullet, the right one I am guessing is a roo b/c I have 4 that look like this and 2 have crowed.