Hi. I recently bought an Olive Egger pullet from a well-respected, NPIP breeder. She’s a beautiful blue pullet with dark slate legs. She’s a cross between an Ameracauna mother and a Black Copper Marans father. I am noticing in reading about Olive Eggers that they normally have feathered legs from the BCM rooster. However my Olive Egger’s legs are clean - no feathering. Does this lack of leg feathering have any bearing on my pullet’s ability to lay olive colored eggs once she begins to lay or do some Olive Eggers just have clean legs? Thank you.