Ok, I tried to find the answers to all of my questions under other posts, but was going crazy trying to search through everything. Hope nobody minds reposting questions that have probably been answered before. I have 4 chickens: 2 RIR, 1 Barred Rock, and 1 SLW. The 2 RIRs are the oldest by probably a week, and are just over two monthes old. I am pretty sure they are both pullets, and you can see them in the picture i am going to TRY and post below. The question is, one of them has tiny bumps where spurs would be, the other doesnt, other than that, I cant tell the two apart, and neither of them acts different from the other, although they are both much more friendly and bold than the other two chickens. Is it normal for hens/pullets to have just bumps there sometimes and sometimes not, or what? The Barred Rock, also in the pictures, is almost certainly a cockerel, he has a pretty good size comb at about 2 monthes old, and he and the SLW often play fight alot, which is kind of funny, but they rarely do so with the two RIRs. I was kind of thinking that if he is younger than the RIRS, and already has a way bigger comb, surely he is a cockerel, and the other two are pullets.(thank God.) The SLW, I have (hopefully) included a picture. It has wattles and the flat comb. I hope this is a hen, but I am doubting it. Opinions?