Need some advice here.. I am planning on posting some pictures later.. but is there any truth to the idea that IF you have a dominant rooster, that any other potential male roosters WILL NOT develop... at the beginning of May, we got 6 more chickens to add to our flock of 20+ hens, hoping to get at least one rooster. I have always understood that you should have one rooster for every 10-12 hens. Probably by 3 weeks old, I knew for certain that one of the barred rocks was a rooster... well my other barred rock has a very large comb also, even though she/he is probably 1/4 smaller than the rooster. I have had it suggested to me that this other barred rock is a rooster too, but undeveloped because of the other rooster... IS this true? I know I have heard of others having LOTS of roosters and knowing it... any other ideas.. I have not seen this boy/girl lay an egg yet, but I am NOT out in the hen house all that often, so likely not to have seen her if she did... any other ideas... THANKS so much! \\ WELL Friends... Jack & Jill or Jack & Jack II?? Thanks so much!