I have 15 chickens, 13 are large fowl hens, two of each of the following, Americana, Barred Rocks, blue andalusians, Golden sexlink, rhode island reds, delawares, and one australorp. The other two are bantams, I'm pretty sure they are blue or grey cochin bantams, I can't be sure though. The hen is very fluffy and round, she is a light grey color, almost the same color as the blue andalusians, the rooster is the same color but his neck has slightly darker feather and they are a bit iridescent, they both have feathered feet. I got them at coastal and they were in an assorted bantams section, I'm not sure if coastal even carries blue cochins but that's what they look like. The rooster is not on the top of the pecking order, the delewares are, but he doesn't get picked on. The hen on the other hand is really submissive and gets picked on a lot, the rooster looks out for her so she is never physically injured, but she never lays eggs and isn't as active as the rest of the chickens. She has always been like this and they are all now about 1 year old. Is she sick or is her submissive behavior and lack of eggs normal for her? Also, the rooster hasn't yet successfully bred with any of other hens but keeps trying to. If he does manage to, and the hens brood and have chicks, will the chicks be large fowl or bantams? What other traits will they inherent?