I posted this ?cockerel pic. on the Naked Neck site (though (s)he is not NN) as the face was strange. One perceptive member tole me it was probably a chimera, in this case a gynandromorph with both male and female genotype cells due to egg fertilisation by two sperms, I believe. I've read up a bit on the condition, which is not exceptionally rare in chickens, I believe. Though the face is half and half, the feathers are mixed. There are pointed and rounded neck feathers, some saddle feathers and no colour blocks typical of a rooster. The left side of the face has the look of a cockerel and the right of a pullet. Can anyone tell me if there can be a male and female admixture of cells on the body, whilst not on the face? What should I expect...a bird that lays eggs and crows about it, or a silent non-producer? Many thanks for any enlightenment.