And what breed? LOL- I know s/he is a Silkie! S/he's name is Unicorn (lovingly named by my 3.5 yr old daughter). We purchased Unicorn about a month ago. The breeder was very up front about not being good about telling the sex of the Silkies, but she looked for a long time and called this one "probably a pullet." Then when we got home Unicorn promptly chased our cat out of the chicken yard! Since then we've been calling it a "he." Unicorn should be about 16 weeks old, give or take a bit. I haven't heard any crowing, but little Uni is at the bottom of the pecking order. So far Uni is sweet, so if he is a he and he stays sweet he can stay. If not- chop chop. I won't have my kids terrorized by a tiny dinosaur in their own yard. (My hubby has terrible memories of a mean roo tormenting him as a child.) Any idea if our little Unicorn has a little horn of his own? Or can I look forward to eating tiny little Silkie eggs one day?