Last May I got some new chicks, including one that was supposed to be a Buckeye. Now that she is a grown hen, I'm wondering whether she might actually be a Rhode Island Red or a New Hamphire Red. The main thing is, this hen has a large single comb, and Buckeyes are supposed to have a small pea comb.I got her at the local feed store, and they offer chicks from all three breeds I mentioned, from Mt. Healthy Hatchery in Ohio. Maybe this one just got mixed up. Feather color: Brown/orange/red or light chestnut, some black on tail feathers. I read that Buckeyes are supposed to have grey/slate under-feathering on the back, and I do not see this (or just maybe, I don't know what to look for). Eyes and legs: Golden yellow. Conformation: Noticablly long-legged and long-necked. Temperament: Buckeyes are supposed to be docile and "friendly". This bird is feisty and active, somewhat dominating towards other chickens, and slightly skitish with humans. Egg laying: Currently my best layer (of 4 birds). Nine eggs in last 9 days. Started on the late side (9 months), but the other birds did too, maybe due to frequent below-zero weather this winter. Picture: This is a healthy bird and a good layer, so not really a problem, I'd just like to be sure what breed.