(Just a note, I know my brooder is dirty...today is cleaning day. I am not a bad mama I promise.) Ok. I have a brooder full of fat and sassy chicks. One batch is 10 days old, and the new batch we just got yesterday is, well, about 2 to 3 days old I guess. My main interest was in SLWs. As chicks, we noticed some of them looked a bit different (no silver striping on the back, for instance, and solid black heads, white bibs). But we figured it was just a variation. As they get older, they are still looking quite different. The NEW batch is full of cute little packing peanuts, but they look different from the ones we got last time, which all looked exactly the same and I believe were RRRs. We have since given them all away. Ok, here we go with the pictures. #1) She is supposed to be a 10 day old SLW. What do you think? Solid black head, no silver striping, some white coming out on the wing feathers, white bib. #2) Both supposed to be 10 day old SLW pullets...see the difference? What's up with that? #3) Typical looking SLW pullet (10 days old)...what I thought they were all supposed to look like. Right? #4) New babies and a mystery PP. The PP is redder than all the others all over, and his head is fluffier and fatter looking, and he has white wing feathers coming in. The other little baby is a SLW cockerel. What do you think about that PP? Not a RRR? #5) And finally, a bad picture (hard to photograph those moving targets) of two of the other PPs...they just look a lot paler than the first batch we got 10 days ago, which were all sort of rusty on the back and had brown wing feathers coming in. These little guys' heads are very pale yellow, their backs have only a hint of rusty reddish color, but their little stubby wings are tan/brown. RRRs? I know it's early. Just very curious. ********************************* So, that's it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.