Last year (as in Dec or Nov) a chicken friend of ours got 12 hatching eggs of what were supposed to be rosecombs. The seller told her "yeah good hatch rates I mean mine have always hatched 100%" friend payed $20 as the seller said they were good quality aswell. Well, friend only hatched 2 chicks and the chicks didn't turn out to be rosecombs. The seller is a local person, as this is a small, un-incorporated town, and didn't want to do a refund. In my mom's friend's position I would be mad. But from the seller's viewpoint I'm not sure how I would react. Maybe ask if I could see what she hatched out and think "oops" and I'd give her.. Well actually. Hm. Hatch the rosecombs out myself, the number that I owe her, and do it that way I guess. But that's only if it was an absolute mistake. I've seen the birds. Not rosecombs lol. Some mutt chickens. I like them either way and I like the Japanese Bantams friend has, she's very nice, during the summer she let's me pick japanese beetles from her yard as a snack for my flock. So what would you do in the seller's position? I'm too nice and I would either give her chicks of the right breed and the right number that I owe her or give her sexed adult rosecombs, maybe 4 laying hens and a rooster. I don't like people getting mad at me lol.