I have 2 chicks,, purchased at a day old about a week apart. The second one is smaller, very feisty and already has a comb growing, whereas the older chick is calm, sweet and has no comb showing yet. They are only a few weeks old, and this is usually not early enough to sex most chicks, as I've found out, especially bantams. However, is this a good indication of a young roo in this breed? The chick in question is quick to peck at my hand and have a standoff, but is actually a scaredycat and relies on chick#1 for protection. Thanks all! Your input is appreciated.