I have a bunch of cochin hens - partridge, black and blue. They were in with a big blue and a big partridge cochin rooster. We have a RIR rooster who may have gotten in their pen once by flying over the top of the pen. All the adults are purebreds. Well, on Saturday, one of the partridge hens hatches out 6 chicks; 2 partridge with feathered legs (look pure) 1 black without feathered legs 1 blue without feathered legs 1 golden with feathered legs (too light for partridge, but looks like a typical golden partridge chick) 1 black with feathered legs (looks pure) Could I possibly have gotten a blue chick from a blue cochin hen crossed with a RIR rooster? This chick is as blue as blue could be, but doesn't have the feathered legs. I thought feathered legs were dominant? Thoughts?