Picked up a mixed flock of birds tonight, and the seller knew absolutely nothing about them so I really had no idea what I was getting until I arrived to pick them up. They are in need of serious need of some TLC and quality feed, but are all in all quite nice birds. I didn't get any pictures as I was too concerned with getting them settled in the quarantine pen for the night. Tomorrow I will The mature rooster is partridge coloured but has a light gold/bright straw coloured hackle, a dark red walnut or very large rose comb, feathered feet and five toes on his pale pink legs. (Salmon Faverolle cross?) There is a hen with a small rose/walnut comb, she's a sooty white (maybe dirty though) with blueish legs and no extra toes. Their son -I assume- is identical to a white langshan only he has a single comb. There is a buff coloured hen with a small head tuft with blue legs who has 3 chicks sired by the mature roo: white, yellow legs, 4 toes; white, blue legs, 5 toes; buff, blue legs, 5 toes. All chicks have tuffets like mom. All the birds lay brown eggs. I'm very curious as to what my new little diamonds in the rough are! I also have a cream coloured chick about 2 months old with randomly placed brown feathers who is displaying some frizzled traits as well. Combination of regular and frizzly feathers - odd looking to say the least! I got her in a selection of various purebred chicks as a hatchling, she was supposed to be a white Leghorn but I have my doubts. Single comb, pale pink legs on her. If anyone wants to take guesses, please feel free!