I got a splash bantam Cochin, a red blue laced Wyandotte, and a silver laced Wyandotte. All sold as pullets. However, my silver laced seems... a bit more masculine. This one has grown twice as fast as my other Wyandotte, has thicker legs, and it looks like the tail feathers are starting to curve down. The comb and wattle are also darker (and much bigger) already than even some of my older hens. This one was a “replacement” after our other silver laced died three days after getting her, so when picking a new one, I picked the one that was hardest to catch because I figured it would be hardier than a calmer one. (We has picked the easiest to catch in our first batch, thinking they would be friendlier, but I’ve since realized even friendly chickens should be weary of strangers - unless they’re sick...) I noticed that for a while, this one liked to “challenge” even my older/bigger hens long after the two that came with him/her had settled in to their places in the flock. I have a young blue Ameraucana rooster (from a breeder). He is a bit older than the silver laced. What I have noticed is that of my ten chickens (not counting the 4 one month old chicks I have in the brooder), they split into two groups of five. With the five bigger ones going one way and the five smaller ones (including this one) going the other way. This is a relatively recent development as they were all pretty much sticking together. I wonder if the chickens know my silver laced is a roo and have grouped themselves accordingly.