Hi everyone, I'm super green with keeping backyard chickens. I purchased 2 blue laced red wyandotte chicks back in the beginning of June. The person who sold them to me had guessed they were both females but I'm starting to think one of them might be a male. They're both about 19 weeks old and up until this point, they both looked pretty much the same. Besides crowing, when does it become apparent that a wyandotte is a rooster? Right now, they both have the same round, fluffy look. The tail feathers don't seem to be particularly showy either. Thanks to anyone who might know!