I know my BR, Rocky, is a pullet - the barring is the girly kind, and she's just clearly a hen-to-be. Thankfully! The RIR (actually, production red), Rhody, used to worry me a lot. However, DH grew up with RIRs, and is certain she's a pullet. Anyone disagree? This is her at nine weeks (a week ago): The EE (sold as an Americauna from Ideal) - this is the one that worries me now. I don't know enough about the "pointed feathers" thing or the pea comb (is that what this will be?). Her golden head makes her look roo-ish to me, but again, DH thinks she's a she... and all three did come from the pullet bin! Here are a lot of shots of her, again, taken at 9 weeks: I included this last pic because I read on another thread where you could tell by the wing feathers... but I didn't quite understand the explanation. I know there is another chicken of this color type on the board (I've seen the pictures, but can't remember where). Does this look like a hen? (fingers crossed)... Thanks in advance! PS - the RIR is the largest, with the EE almost as big. The BR is the petite one of the bunch, and has been since I got them, 2 days after hatching.