I got these chickens as straight run chicks from another backyard chicken raiser. I was told that the black babies were Jersey Giant/Barred Rock mixes and the white one was a white Leghorn/buff Orpington mix. Two of them are definitely what I was told, but two of them are definitely NOT any of those breeds. I got them in mid November, so they're basically full grown...well, I hope, because these two are HUGE. And I still can't tell with certainty whether they're hens or roos. when they were getting their feathers, we thought they were male. They also acted a little more aggressively than my little black hen. But then as they got bigger those sex characteristics were lessened, to the point where I had hope they were hens. But...I'm fairly certain one crows. It's never done it while I'm watching. I know it isn't my rooster because he has a no crow collar, which makes his crow...very distinct. (We check it nearly every day to make sure he's doing okay. He seems to only notice it when he crows...please don't let any fanatics jump on me about it, I did my research and chose to accept the risk. If he didn't have the collar he'd end up in a gumbo because we'd have to rehome him and I live in Louisiana where pet chickens still kind of make you weird) Anyway, back on the original topic. The reason why I'm not writing one off as a rooster and one as a hen is because they look freaking IDENTICAL. I've been around chickens my whole life and I've NEVER had two I couldn't tell apart eventually. I think one may be a little more boss-hog than the other, but I can't be sure they aren't switching rolls all the time. So I've attached pictures. The red ones are the ones I can't tell. I attached the picture of the other two just to show you they are definitely sexed and identified. They are very, very large. When I got them they were black with white dots on their heads (so for a little while I had hope they were Black Sex Link). They were younger than my other two by a week or two. They're a little skittish despite the time I've spent handling them. The one in the picture with the rooster is a different bird than the one in the picture with the little black hen (who I adore and is named Princess Layer...the roo is Dr. Samuel Peckett and also pretty sweet) Any help would be greatly, greatly appreciated! I need to know if I need to find homes for these guys!