We ordered 100 hatchery suprise chicks and I've got four I can't figure out. One is a hen I'm gonna keep anyway and three are like the one in the pictures. They are four weeks old today, still feathering out. These are about 1/2 the size of the other chicks of our known breeds the same age, and are bit more shy and flighty than the others. All have slate gray legs with white on the bottoms of the feet. The one pictured has a silvery cape coming in, the other two are identical except not as much silver on the neck. All three seem to have long beaks for the size, but that might just be me. The order was suposed to be all standard chicks, so I don't think they are bantams, just a smaller breed. The order had both silver and gold laced Wyndottes, sex links, Production reds, one Cochin, several California whites, several other breeds. Ordered from Ideal if that helps. I've looked at all the chick pictures that I could find online and the only thing that looked close were silver pheonix and silver duckwing old English, but I've never raised either breed or anything else that looked like these. They are very pretty though, I might keep them if I was sure what they were. Any ideas?