Sorry, no pictures (I'd really have to drum them up, but if you gave me a few days I could but I think this can be answered without.) I don't even know why I'm posting this, really-- my girl is long gone. But I'm still learning about IDing birds, and I can't find the answers to this. Hoping someone knows all about it so I can add to my knowledge about breeds and standards, etc. I love this kind of s***. Petunia was, I assumed, a Buff Orpington. She was purchased along with a friend. We both ordered BOs and others (Barred Rocks and SLW) from McMurray. I don't think we ordered any Buff Rocks. Her "sister", Buttercup, had the pink legs and beak. Petunia had yellow legs and beak (though in the old pictures, I see a slight color creep on the beak right where it emerges from feathers), and I never thought anything of it. She was in every way similar to Buttercup-- same fluffy-feathered round shape, same light-brown eggs (Petunia's had some tiny white "dimples" all over hers, while Butter's were totally smooth), same general temperament, same broody habits (*exactly* the same!-- they went broody together, they raised chicks together and even forgot which chick belonged to whom. Lucky chicks!) So, I had always assumed that BOs sometimes had yellow legs, too. Was I right? Can hatchery BO's sometimes have yellow legs? And, if so, what are some other ways I can definitively identify a BO from A Buff Rock?? I've read "body type", but what the hell is that?? Yellow skin?? Is there another way to check for that beyond leg and beak color? So, help me out. I'm proud that I can now ID a Welsummer from a Partridge Rock, and other beginner kind of stuff... I'd love to get this right, too. Embarrassed to say that I'm going to be our 4-H club's poultry leader, and I need to know that I can find answers to my questions and my kids'. Thanks in advance!