I've had fun the past three weeks, incubating some eggs from a local chicken farmer, as a test hatch of my home-made incubator. It was not until they started to hatch that it occurred to me I had no idea what the parents were, and therefore no idea what the chicks would look like. Here I am two days after hatch, still wondering. I just talked to the lady I got them from again and learned that the rooster is a Rhode Island Red. The hens however are a mixed bunch so it will be interesting to see how these chicks grow up. One of them is a little yellow chick that I know will grow up to be white. I'm figuring the possible mothers are: White Leghorn, White Rock, Wyandotte or? The chick has a single comb and pink legs which I think rules out Rhode Island White. Does anyone know which white breeds tend to have pink legs and single combs?