Hello! I got 6 chicks from the tractor supply store (curse you, chick days!) yesterday. This will be our first chicken adventure, we want them for egg production-- and I'm wondering if anyone can help with possible breed identification. There seem to be two types-- . This one is slightly smaller and has a bit of grey on the incoming wings-- I'm guessing perhaps a Delaware? Another pic of her . She is my favorite so far . The other five seem to be all one type-- uniform yellow/white with no other colors visible, like this one: . Sorry she wasn't standing-- here's a face pic. Any ideas? I'm hoping for white rocks or anything that isn't a leghorn-- we've got a 3 yo boy and I've heard leghorns are not the calmest! The TSC in our area gets their chicks from Privett in New Mexico-- if that might help. Also, they came out of the "pullet" bin. They also had a bin of Red Pullets which was empty, a bin of straight run leghorns, some sort of bantams, and another bin of ducklings. Any help appreciated! It does seem like the slightly smaller chick with the barring is calmer, though a few of the solid yellow/whites don't mind being picked up as much as some of the others. They are super cute , and if they are leghorns, when will we be able to tell? A pleasant leghorn can hang around, but any snarky nasty chickens will be finding a new home. We don't need lap pets but we don't want aggressive hens. Thanks for any help!