I believe I am among the many posts I have read that fear they may have a roo in the hen house. I'm aware these inquiries usually ends up in a confirmed roo but I am still holding out hope because the signs are not very prominent...? I bought two Silver Laced Wyandottes a month ago. They were a month old. Now at two months, one (my fave) "Pepper" has a slightly larger wattle than the other. Their bodies are the same size and shape though. It seems when someone suspects a roo it tends to be the case, however when I looked at pics of someone else's 3 month old Wyandotte roo, it had a full blown wattle and comb. I know they grow fast, but I would think it would be more obvious by now if it were to look like that in 2-3 weeks. Thoughts?? Please? "Pepper" is the one I'm concerned about and I included a picture of the my other pullet "Rosemary" for comparison. Their wattle looks larger from certain angles in the pictures than in person so I took several angles.