I'm a little suss about a guy I might be buying a Rhode Island X New Hampshire Red from.. Heres why I asked him what breeds he sold, he replied ISA Brown. I said I was after a red hen that wasn't an ISA brown. So he told me they sell Rhode Islands Crossed with New Hampshires. BUT After researching, I noticed that apparently New Hampshires are an offshot/originated from Rhode Islands. ISA Browns are basically crosses of Rhode Island Red's and Whites.. So the end question is.. Do you think he's trying to rip me off/con me into thinking I'm getting a different breed to what I am? Is a NH x RI basically a ISA Brown?? And if not, what are the differences, and how can I and my minimal experience tell between an ISA Brown and a NH x RI?? EDIT: Pictures are welcome EDIT2: So more research, I'm finding that Rhode Island and New Hampshire ='s a Production Red. So if this is true, what is the difference between and ISA Brown and a Production Red??