The first week of May I picked out these two leghorns, Cumulus and Nimbus, at the feed store (along with 3 EEs and a RIR, but that's another story). About a month ago, one of them started to develop a comb and wattles. I expected the other one to follow suit withing a week. Instead, her comb remained small and pink and they look completely different as far as those features are concerned. Otherwise, they look exactly the same. The perspective and uneven ground makes one look bigger than the other, but they are similar in size. I have not heard an extra crow yet, just the crow of my current rooster, Monarch the Japanese Kabo bantam. I was just beginning to resign myself to owning another rooster when I walked into the hen house and saw this: I did not find an egg later but they are between 18 and 21 weeks old and could be getting ready. So, do I have two hens developing at different rates OR a hen and a rooster that hasn't found his vocal chords yet?