@backyardchicks Thanks! I went onto Papa's Poultry website and looked at the photos, but it is still confusing because of the written descriptions. The OE looks like the cream legbar chicks, and the legbar chicks definitely don't look like the ones in his photos. Oh well, I guess it will be hit or miss this time. I think that I may just stick to buying chicks in the future - it may seem more expensive, but after all the time and energy it wasn't that inexpensive to end up with 3 roos, cute as they may be.
I can't keep roos here either, so I will be posting them on Craigslist once I've confirmed that they are roos!
I do have a Bielefelder cockerel that is 8 weeks old, that I hatched, and I am going to keep him as long as I can, so that I can increase the number of Bielefelders in my flock. I love them! They are really gentle giants and lay enormous eggs.
Here is my third papas poultry chick, he/she still needs another mini bath - I didn't get all the sticky stuff of it's neck. According to the website photos, the OE is to the far left. Because of markings on the eggs, the one on the right is a CLB as is the newest one.