Hi! We have 8 chickens, 13.5 weeks old, from a farmer who had questionable techniques of sexing them as day old chicks. I think 5 of them are roosters, but these two I am not sure of. I am leaning towards roosters. They are mixed breeds, the major breeds in the mix being new jersey giant and some wyandottes for the black one, and easter egger mix for the one with the ear muffs. Let me know if you think they are roosters or pullets. see this small golden feather? I think this is a saddle feather... He/she also has some golden feathers coming in on the neck This is where his saddle feathers would/will be if/when they come in this is his/her tail head with red comb/waddle this is a picture of the feathers on the back. The two black ones from the same farm (same hatching) that I believe are hens are much more dull black, this one and the other one that I am certain is a rooster have green/blue in the feathers here's the whole bird Here's the questionable chicken - Big Bertha. She/he was always the top of the pecking order and does posture with other birds, although he/she is docile when we pick her/him up Not the long tail feathers side view. She/he is gorgeous with those gray and orange feathers (likely more evidence she is a he) I don't see prominent pointy saddle feathers, what do you think? more of where the saddle feathers should be coming in Are these pointy saddle feathers? She/he has samall comb but it is rather red the neck feathers seem pointy to me, and he/she will fluff them out when he goes up against other chickens I'm supposed to bring back the roosters tomorrow. The other three I'm certain are male, but these two I am on the fence about. The black one I was leaning toward rooster but hadn't see saddle feathers until this afternoon when I spotted the gold one (the other rooster from the same hatching has prominent gold saddle and neck feathers coming in). With Big Bertha, I hate to admit that I think he's a rooster, because he's a family favorite, but he just looks like a rooster to me. He's pretty, big, and fights with the other birds. But he's docile when we pick him up - one of the easier birds to catch and some of the other definite roosters are difficult to catch and hard to hold. Let me know what you think before they go back tomorrow!