So I have a trio of exchequer leghorns that are about 13 weeks old and I don't know why I didn't notice it sooner, but they all have pale, almost white legs rather than the "correct" yellow legs that leghorns are supposed to have. Their beaks are also this same color, a pale almost white shade. As far as I know, this doesn't fit the breed standard (going by the general Leghorn standards as exchequers technically aren't recognized or something). I am curious because as chicks, two of them had yellow(er) legs. Here is a pic of them where I noticed this. Unfortunately, I don't know at what point the legs lost their color. I'm hoping this isn't a dominant trait that will be passed on to offspring, does anyone know whether or not this is likely to pass on? If it is likely, how would I go about breeding this trait out?