I got two new chicks from Orschlens (sp?) about a month ago...anyway...I got a barred plymouth rock and a silver laced wyandotte. The barred rock had been there for a week, and the wyandotte had just arrived that day...so I figure they are at least a week apart in age. So here is my question...my wyandotte is half the size of my plymouth rock...and it makes me wonder if they didn't sell me a bantam by mistake..do Wyandottes come in bantam size? Or will that one week make that much difference and she just hasn't caught up? She is just so much smaller, and I am worried that when they go outside, (if it EVER warms up and quits raining) that she will really get picked on...any thoughts?