Last week we picked up 10 gold sex-link chicks. This week they're starting to get their wing feathers and a few tiny tail feathers, and I noticed something interesting. Nine of the GSL pullets have wing/tail feathers that are a solid buff/gold color, but one chick has different coloring. Her wings and tail feathers are coming in with brown stripes. I can post pics if you need me too....Anyway, what would cause that, just hatched from a different parent matching? All of the GSL pics that I've come up with on this site and online show gold hens with splotches of white, or solid gold, nothing with the striped wings/tails, anyone have a picture of an adult feathered out this way?