I hatched out three white hollands about 6 weeks ago, two are larger than the other one. I notice those two also have tannish blotches on their heads compared to the all white head of the other one. So I had been assuming those are the males even though I have never seen them strut. I walked by the brooder yesterday and one of them had the other one's head feathers in his mouth and holding him to the ground like the older ones do to show dominance. So my questions would be, do the tan markings on their head usually show they are going to be males or is that just because they are growing out quicker than the females and she would get that at some point too? Are they a little young to be showing the dominance thing? I mean I have seen week old roosters do that circle dance like they are getting ready to box so I guess its not that surprising. Is that something they ever do to females? I ask because I have seen the young roosters go at it with the pullets sometimes when she does not want his attention. I have Bourbon Reds that are a couple of weeks old, aside from the black feather markings on the tail feathers that Steve mentions when they get older, are the larger ones generally the males? I think I have figured out who is who here but would like to get some feedback to see if I am ontrack or not. Thank you.