The white legs are standard for a Buff Orpington.
Yellow legs are NOT standard for a Buff Orpington. Daffodil may be a Buff Rock. If she has a rose comb, she may even be a Buff Wyandotte. But still a sweet girl.
Of course, they're all rather lovable.
Hello Buff Orpington fans!
I am a newbie!
I got 2 sexed Buff Orpington pullets from a place that got them from Ideal.
Hatch date was 9/16/2015 and I bought them very shortly after that. One has very white legs and the other very yellow--does that mean anything? Is either considered more to standard? (although I now know that I should have looked for a breeder instead of hatchery stock.)
That is Daffodil with the yellow legs on the right. (I am looking for a good home for my little barred rock 'roo--who was supposed to be a girl!)