Hello everyone, I have some SR BOs that are about 18 weeks old. I got them so that we could process a few and see what we think of processing chickens ourselves, but I also needed some egg layers. I know I should process them around 20ish weeks, but the problem is that I have no idea who is a roo and who is not. I also got straight run Buckeyes (only 3 left thanks to a fox) and one of them is the head honcho roo. He is the only one I've heard crow at all. They sent me 11 BOs, I find it hard to believe there wouldn't be some roos in there. How do I figure out who is who?? The whole flock (also have 5 BR pullets) is very laid back and there isn't much fighting, just some puffed feathers from time to time. None are laying yet, and when they do start laying I won't have time to babysit who is laying and who isn't. I've looked through some of the sexing threads on BOs, but it sounds like they are very hard to sex until they crow or lay. I've considered trying to isolate them one or two at a time and see if they crow by themselves, but is that going to make a mess of the balance of the flock in the meantime? Will that even work anyway? What do you think?