Hello All me and my wife are new to chickens I use to help my grandfather keep them as a kid and I have worked in the poultry production Industry. After buying a place near the lake of the Ozarks in Missouri this summer that already had a nice coop and run set-up we had to get some chickens. I have been lurking on here and researching different breeds all summer. We bought some EE, Ameraucana, and Barred rock chicks from the feed store a few weeks back and have loved watching them grow. After reading many posts and looking through pictures I kinda fell for Cochins and wanted to get some already grown. We went to the big animal swap in the area and scoured the miles looking for some Standard Cochins, only ones we found were a bit to pricey. My wife spotted some Gold lace Bantam Cochins and had to have them. I wanted some grown good layers, late in the day I came across a family packing up and just had a few chickens left. I was interested in what he called 4 big Cinnamon Queens which I read are just a label for some RSLs. While coming to a price on them he offered me everything he had left for $20 I looked around in addition to the RSLs there was another red bird, three beautiful white and black pullets with a red rooster he claimed were 4 month old Icelandic's. Partially due to the good deal and partially in worry for the fate of the birds left he didn't want to take home I took them. We got everyone home and set up in the big coop and run and they all seem so happy and are getting along surprisingly well, with the biggest of the RSL hens putting everyone in there place. I have been wondering the actual breed of the birds and set to combing through BYC. I think the young red hen with the RSLs might be a New Hampshire? But was wanting a second opinion. Also looks like the Icelandic's come in a variety of colors and I really got no idea whether this gorgeous birds are Icelandic's. I would be thrilled to see what some chicken pros say, I tried to get pics while they were still in the run but they had all come inside by the time I got up there this evening. Thanks in advance. And the supposed Icelandic.