I've pretty much written these guys off as cockerels, but reading other threads I'm confused now. I see lots pictures of pullets that look like cockerels to me. Obviously, I'm new and inexperienced and see wattles and combs and immediately think roo, even though I know some pullets do get them too. I've posted these guys before but it was a few weeks ago and not all the responses were confident. 1. Splash-Laced Wyandotte, about 7 weeks old, my daughter's favourite so we'll likely keep him regardless as long as he stays sweet 2. Australorp, also around 7 weeks old. I was pretty much positive this guy is a cockerel until I saw some pictures of Australorp pullets at 8 weeks with big combs and wattles. He had a bright red wattle even at 4 weeks old though. He's gorgeous, I wish we could keep all our roos. 3. Easter Egger, 9 weeks old. Not sure why his eye looks so red around it. I didn't think of it until after I had taken pictures but the heat lamp from the younger chicks' brooder is right next to where I was taking pictures, so probably reflection from that. While his comb is actually not that red in this picture, it's way redder than my other EE. Also, his wattles are big and red and he acts like a roo. Couldn't get a great picture of him, he was too busy strutting around and acting roo-ish. 4. And this one I'm not as sure about as the other three. I've had mixed opinions here about his/her gender. He is a 13-week-old Lavender Orpington. No sign of crowing at all yet. We'll keep him regardless I think, again as long as he stays friendly. Right now he's a love, always comes to see us and wants pets. I think Orpingtons must be the Labrador of the chicken world... At least, mine are so far. I know saddle feathers are another way to tell but not entirely sure which exactly are the saddle feathers. So, don't know if this picture helps at all. It's a bit blurry because I was trying to take pictures while making sure my one year old didn't get too rough with them. The two Orpingtons actually seem to really like her. For comparison, here is my other Orpington who I am more sure is a pullet. 5. And lastly, our Light Brahma. She was sold sexed as a pullet at 6 weeks and the guy I got her from was very confident she is definitely a pullet. But her comb and wattles look awfully red to me. Again, not familiar with most breeds so maybe that's normal for Brahmas? She's 9 weeks now.