Good morning folks! I have a question regarding the maturing of Black copper Marans. I have three that are all the same age (give or take a day or two). I thought I was lucky enough to get 2 pullets and 1 cockeral. They are all turning 6mths. The Cockeral has already started to do his thing with the other ladies, however I was wondering about one of the "pullets". It seems as though it can't make up it's mind on what it wants to be. It hasn't crowed nor has it tried to mate anything. It hangs with the ladies mostly. On the male his spurs are definately beginning to show. On the she/he that is the same age it looks like there could be some small pimple size size bumps on the legs. It's also hard to tell with the tail feathers. I was wondering if anyone else has had this kind of trouble? Here is the one I know for sure is a young rooster (his tail feathers look awful because he was attacked by a dog) This is my pullet This is the one I am questioning because they are all the same age! One more to compare to the hen One more to show that there is a mark where spurs should be but there aren't any so far. The other guy has spurs that are about the size of pencil erasers now. Sorry for so many pics.