What are the basics of showing chickens??? We have a black Easter Egger pullet. She will be about a year old in September, and her name is Raven. I'm not sure if she's purebred. Here's some pics of Raven: Raven's feet/legs are "clean"(no feathered feet). they are grayish/blueish colored. She has soft, fluffy feathers on her cheeks. She has very long legs and a very long neck. Her eyes are big and very bright, and her body is long. Her tail is pointy and sticks up when she's walking around outside, or when she's really active. Her feathers are completely black with green/purple/blue tents, especially when the sun hits them just right. Also, we have a Buff Cochin bantam pullet named Pumpkin. She is so cute and very small, being that she's a bantam. We aren't sure if she's a purebred or anything, either. Here's some pics: fluffy butt! Pumpkin will be about a year old in August. She has feathered feet. Her head is very small. Her tail and rear end are very fluffy and soft. Right now, her feathered feet are coming out nicely. I've heard that in between a Cochin's legs, you shouldn't be able to see through because of the fluffy feathers. Pumpkin has a lot of feathers, so much that when she walks you can't really see her legs that easily! Her tail is puffy and her wings are straight. Any advice??? I have no idea how showing works. Thanks!