Getting bright red combs
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How old are you chickens? Pullets usually develop red combs when they are reaching laying age. I have observed a change in comb colour over the course of a day in some of my hens.
If they are of laying age and their combs are not red, it could be down to a few things, but firstly I'd suggest adding some vitamin supplements / electrolytes to their water and ensure that you are feeding them proprietary feed with any "treats" constituting less than 10% of their daily feed. There may well be other causes, but this course of action will certainly help you rule out nutrient deficiencies.
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I'd say that if they are laying as frequently as you'd expect for that breed, then they are happy enough - red comb or not, but I'd still give 'em some vitamin supplements in their water every now and again.
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Have you checked them for internal parasites, or mites and lice? Any of those could compromise their appearance and health. If you talk to others that show, or observe them, I wonder if they use a bit of Vaseline on the combs to bring out the shine.