My neighbor's flock has died off leaving a lone survivor, I agreed to take her own and after a quarantine period I will hopefully integrate her with my existing flock. They said she was a "Buff Orpington" but even a chicken dummy like me knows this is not a "Buff". So what the heck is she? They said she is a great layer and she was a wonderful momma this summer when she hatched out her first brood. She is solid white with brown speckles on her back, yellow feet and legs but I haven't checked her skin color. She is very lightweight and her feathers (although they are in molt) are incredibly soft to the touch. I can feel her breast bone when I hold her which I hope will end once I fatten her up. It's not the best picture, I tried to get a good one, I'll keep trying. But I had hoped to get an idea of what she might be at least. Thanks!