So since last posting the egg count has varied from 1-4 per day, the Delaware is a machine churning out 7 XL brown eggs in 10 days. The other eggs are all a blue-green and I took one out from under the EE. I would presume the suspected Amerucana is not laying yet given she is a late August hatch. With 1-3 blue-green eggs per day I am sure the Leghorn looking one is laying some of those, confirming for me she is a white CL even if she lacks a crest. Today though her comb tips are looking pale was -8f well into daylight hours. The coop is generously ventilated so I blocked a little of it to make sure wind wasn't getting down to the roost. The Delaware's comb still looks good. Supposed to be warmer tonight but cold again tomorrow. May try some Vaseline tomorrow. Gave them some scratch and mealworms before bed, scratch since some believe a warm gizzard helps and the mealworms to keep protein in balance.
Have some teenage pics of the suspected Amerucana. I don't handle them often so I haven't grabbed her to get a good look at her feet recently, but there is an older one. I took that pic because as a tiny chick she looked like a BCM but by this stage I knew she wasn't and the bare legs were just one of the reasons why I know that.