Okay, seriously. I had a BO that hatched out 4 chicks about 8 weeks ago. She had a variety of eggs from the flock under her. I have 2 roosters: Jack, a barred rock and Mr. Darcy, a white frizzle cochin. Hens include: Cinderella and Snow White, the white cochins; 2 BR hens (no names); Buffy the BOl 4 golden comets (no namesl, Peggy, a black australorpl Molly, an EE; Ajax, an american grey; and Charlotte, a white crested black polish. One of the chicks, for example, is a reddish/gold frizzle with leg feathers. Easy: hen is a Golden Comet, and rooster is Mr Darcy. One chick, however, is black except for barring on his chest (Jack?). But he has feathers on his legs (Mr. Darcy?). But he also has this weird mohawk/topnotch (Charlotte?). He has green/slate legs (Charlotte. Not a BR or cochin). Now he could have a cochin hen for a momma and Jack as the daddy, but that doesn't explain mohawk or green legs. Or he could have Charlotte as momma (mohawk) and Jack as the daddy (barring). But that doesn't explain the feathered feet. Oh, and I can't tell yet, but I think it has a single comb, but I'm not sure. So is it possible to have 1 egg fertilized by 2 sperm donors??? Sorry I don't have a good pic. He's rather standoffish. I do know that he is definitely a he!