I've got four banties and don't know their breed or gender. I'm hoping for all hens! This frizzle has been very motherly and nurturing to the other three banties who are three weeks younger. I assumed she was a girl but now she's getting real red in the face and comb. Maybe all that motherlyness was just a roo's natural protectiveness?? This is at 8 weeks. She has five toes and very heavy leg feathering. Is she a cochin? The next three came from a girl who didn't know what breed her banties were. They were very pretty though. These are all five weeks. Here's Puddin'. he may be the world's ugliest, meanest looking chick. 5 weeks, four toes, no feathering. Comb has gotten redder here this week. Puddin' again: Graycie. Graycie hates having her picture taken. She has a teeny, tiny barely there flesh color comb and light leg feathering. More like leg fuzz. Lastly, Holly Golightley, my little beauty. and her head shot, sorry for the blurry: I'm very curious if these are a breed or barnyard mutts. Give me your best guess!!