This morning was the first time I've heard any of the chicks try to crow. It's funny. At first, their voices don't quite have it. It sounds a lot like a teenage boy's voice cracking, except in a rooster crow. I'm confident that these two are roosters:
I'm still not sure about this black one. I'm thinking rooster, but not positive:
They are all doing really well. And so are the 4 older hens. The old girls are offically over a year old now, as of late July, and so a really full-fledged hens, not just pullets. I figure it will be about 6 weeks or so before the new hens start laying eggs, but our older ones are doing a great job. We had 11 eggs over 3 days, which works out to almost an egg a day per hen. Then they had a couple of slower days, with 5 eggs over 2 days. I'm guessing we get just under 2 dozen eggs a week right now.