Hey, everyone. We adopted a 2 year old barred rock hen to add to our three pullets, she was getting beat up in her original flock and we thought adding her to a group of younger birds would give her a leg up in the pecking order. That worked out great. But I've been looking at her, and I don't know if she's just a bad example of her breed or if she might be mixed with something else. Her barring is poor, she's smaller and more light in build than our BR pullets, she seems to have some brown coloration on her back and wings and tail, and the shape and angle of carriage on her tail is very different from our original pullets. Here's a picture of her: And for comparison, here's one of our six month old pullets: I'm not super concerned about her quality in terms of breed, but seeing if she's mixed might give some clues as to her hardiness, her productivity, and her likelihood to lay through the winter. She's off lay right now, we haven't got egg one from her... I figure the move probably stressed her out, and now it looks like she's molting, but it doesn't look like she's hit henopause yet. Any input?