Awhile back, a friend of mine ordered 2 naked necks for me from McMurray. She ended up getting the order in about 3 weeks ago, and she decided she wanted to keep the 2 for a week or so, to make sure they were healthy and everything. I recieved my shipment of chicks from McMurray last Monday, all alive and thriving... on the exact day I was told they would arrive! So I'd like to say I am very happy with my McMurray order and plan on ordering from them in the near future... most likely next year, as I am quite full with space at this moment, and I will most likely order from them for chicks to sell, as my business is growing and I am getting more and more customers. I do guess, however, every business starts small and eventually grows, and I am located in a very small town. Anyways, back to my topic . Last week I had a bunch of baby birds I had sold that I had to drop off, and I figured that along the way I'd stop and get my Naked Necks. My friend that ordered them figured that instead of me paying her, we would do a trade, and since one of the naked necks died, she only wanted to trade one. I told her what I had, and she said she would take one of the Silver Spangled Hamburgs I recieved last Monday in turn for the Naked Neck. So we had a deal, and I picked the little Naked Neck up, cute little thing, and I just sat and looked at it and observed it had green legs. So obviously it must be a naked neck ee. Is it true that whatever I cross my necked neck to that the young produced will also be naked necks? Like if I cross my naked neck to my silkie will I have a showgirl? And if I cross my naked neck to a frizzle will I have a frizzled naked neck? Thanks!