We moved all of the whites into one pen. There were two roosters in with them that I moved out. One was an original rooster, the other an offspring, both with large combs and wattles. There are 13 whites total now, including at least two younger roosters with smaller combs and wattles. There might be a third rooster with even smaller comb, or it might be a hen with a larger comb. It's still young enough to keep me guessing.
This pen will be my breeding stock, unless or until I can find a nice roo with small comb and wattle. Hopefully a chantecler rooster unrelated to my girls.
I have two buff coloured hens from the second batch of chicks. They're healthy, heavy, and have small combs. I didn't move them in with the whites, although I am leaning toward including them as breeding stock. If it weren't for their colour I would have included them as chantecler crosses. They may be, and just happened to get their colour from their dads. It is the small combs, heavier weight, heavy feathering that I want in my flock going forward. If that white that I'm not sure of turns out to be a hen, I may remove her, since her comb is bigger.
For now the whites are being spoiled - all of the scrap buckets with egg shells, sunflower seeds daily, fodder daily, as well as their regular feed. I want to bring the younger ones in to lay as soon as possible. The older girls (the moms) continued to lay through the winter. Once I start getting 5-6 eggs per day from them I will start saving them for the incubator.
I will also split them back into two pens once I deal with the rest of the birds.