The ones she got are mixes, all from brown eggs but grandparents may have been green eggers.... mix of White rock, barred rock, light sussex, jersey giant and a few barnyard mix hens,and our Black Australorp and black sex link barred rooster.
We don't keep any bird that is aggressive and we won't even sell them if we know they have bad attitudes at all... those birds are removed from the genetics because I don't want future generations... over a few years it has really improved the overall attitude of the flock and generally we get a lot of decent birds. No matter what you still get a few who are more 'flighty' and the infrequent aggressive rooster, but that is just the nature of genetics and it will occur sometimes.
I really, really love those WR roosters, they are nice to be around, gorgeous to look at and I know our two are being outstanding with the broodies and tiny chicks... it is really something to watch an 11 lb rooster with his head at ground level calling over babies to take food from his beak when his head is bigger than their entire body! LOL. We couldn't find one of the 2 week old chicks one evening at bedtime, the broody had taken her crew onto the shelf for the first time the night before and we were worried it didn't follow her into the coop. I was checking all of the shelves before going outside to hunt for it and I touched Andre's chest and he stood for me... and there was the chick, safely tucked under him! Guess the chick made it to the top shelf while mama had stayed on the second one so he just tucked under 'Uncle Andre' instead!
They are cute!! Glad you are getting a good hatch after everything you have had go wrong earlier this season!