@draye You're birds are looking beautiful! I'm becoming increasingly fond of that calico look. Luckily, I live fairly close to the Aloha Chicken breeder and hope to add a few to my flock this winter.
@Kev Two of my NN girls lay green eggs. One lays more of an olive green color, and the other more of a mint green. Both of those girls have single combs.
@hellbender I've never tried wattles or combs.....and I seriously doubt I ever will, and especially from this guy. He's my favorite NN cockerel and I plan to force him to live a very long life. Unlike my other boys, his feathers are tighter, making him look smaller and lighter than they are but he's got a well-formed breast and meaty thighs, plus he's very smart, very human friendly, and a VERY gentlemanly rooster. He's been very diligent about including some of my other flocks into his own to share in treats, is protective of all the birds, not just the other NNs, and has proven to be a diligent defender against potential predators. I've even seen Heisenberg work in tandem with my Bielefelder cockerels to usher all of the pullets to safety when a hawk posed a potential threat. My third NN cockerel is the largest and had the highest and fastest growth rate, but his personality is positively dull by comparison. I'm keeping him because of his size and gentle temperament, but my Heisenberg will be the head of the flock.