Hello! Weird question! So a few years back when I was brand new to chickens I went to a local show and bought what I thought was a pure breed silkie. Looking back at it I should not have bought it. I picked one out in the cage and was all exited. I was rambling to the breeder about how cute it was and how I was new and had no idea about any poultry stuff. She said that she had an extra cute one in her truck so she wen and got another one. Without giving it another thought I paid $80 for the "cute one". Later I tried to show it and got a big fat DQ. Apparently she is not the pure breed silkie that I paid for. Turns out she has a single comb. And is smaller than normal. And is not that fluffy. None the less she was cute, sweet, and a good layer, so I was not too upset. Until she stopped laying. And got attacked aggressively witch damaged her brain so she spends most of her day staring at a fence post. But she is still cute. Anyways, that was 3 years ago and now she started laying again! I also have a little rooster that is super sweet. He is my only successful hatch so far (I haven't tried many times, though). His parents are the nicest chickens that I have EVER had or met. His mom is a modern game lemon splash and his dad is a old English silver duck wing (my avatar). Fluffypants: Batman: I want to have some fun experimenting this spring with some weird mixes because I have a brand new incubator! What would this outcome look like? Any ideas or advice? Here are my other breeds if you think that they would make a better mix with Batman. Cream legbar Silver Laced Wyandotte Road Island Red White leghorn *Nacho (my avatar and Batman's dad) can not be breed with anyone but Batman's mom because he would attach them. The mom would not leave Nacho's side, so no further breeding with them is an option P.S. Any mix chick will have a thoroughly documented young life on this thread Thanks!