Newbie here. I've got 7 bantams. There are two age batches here: The Wyandotte and Japanese bantams are around 17 weeks old. The silkies and polish bantams are around 12 weeks old. I thought that they were all hens because I'd already culled out two roosters that started crowing around 10 weeks (from the first 17 week-old batch). However, just about 3 days ago, the "big momma" (Wyandotte) decided to push out some lovely green curved tail feathers. Doing some quick googling revealed that "she" is probably actually a "he". So .. abashed, here I am. Any advice on how many others here are also roosters (assuming the Wyandotte) is actually a rooster? Also - I'm not positive about the breeds (well .. I am about the polish and silkies .. hard to screw that up). But the two older ones -- I believe are Silver Laced Wyandotte and the white one is I believe a Japanese bantam. Summary: 1 17 week old Silver Laced Wyandotte bantam, probably rooster 1 17 week old Japanese bantam, presumed hen 3 12 week old Silkies (black, white and red), presumed all hens 2 12 week old Polish bantams, presumed both hens Wyandotte with Japanese in background: Wyandotte tail shot: Wyandotte head shot: Wyandotte overhead shot: Japanese bantam head shot: Japanese bantam body shot: Japanese bantam overhead shot: White Silkie body shot: Another white silkie body shot: Black silkie body shot: Black silkie body / head shot: Red Silkie: Red Silkie: Polish 1: Polish 2: Polish 3: Polish 4: Polish 5: Polish 6: I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit that I can't tell the two polish apart .. I think they're probably both the same sex since they look (to my untrained eyes) so similar. I've got a number of other shots in much higher resolution - I can post URL's to those if desired. Thanks!