Thanks to those who have looked at the pics of two of my welsumer and are confirming that one of them is a roo. I had hoped for all four welsumers to be pullets but it seems we have two roos. They are eight weeks old. Now to decide what to do next. Of course there is the option to wait and see how things go. There are a total of 17 chickens if ouy flock, two will be roos. I have lots of questions, advice is welcome. 1.Are the roos likely to fight? 2.Do roos really help protect a free range flock? We will let them out on weekends and nice evenings when we are home from work. 3.What is the general temperament of Welsumer roos? Will they get aggressive or attack? They already seem a bit more aggressive then the others. 4.How are they with the ladies? I really don't want the ladies to have their feathers pulled out during over eager amorous advances. 5.Is this something I should address with the hatchery? I did pay for pullets. How accurate can one expect sexing to be? I am tempted to get rid of them now . . .but maybe I should give them a chance. I am in western PA. Let me know if you are interested in an addition to your flock . . .