Hello! I adopted four little guys yesterday, all about 2 months old. I am having some trouble figuring out the breed of this little one in particular. The women whom I adopted them from was thinking that it was a silver laced or black wyandotte. Apparently when it was younger it was more gray/ peppery looking. After some research I found that most Wyandottes have yellow legs and a rose comb. I did find that some black or silver laced wyandotte hens can have grayish black legs. This chick also has a green sheen to his/her black feathers. What do you think? Can anyone tell if its a girl or boy? I am still new chickens Thanks!! These are the other three. I am thinking the white one is an easter egger (Ameraucana mix) because of her green legs and pea comb. The other two are definitely barred rocks. If anyone is able to tell the sexes that would be great You can see one of the barred rocks better in the second photo. The one is the middle of this photo does have some longer droopy feathers (you can see in the 3rd picture) in the tail. I know its technically still hard to tell and this is not a good picture ( they never stay still enough!) The picture below is my whole flock. The white one on your right towards back is the new girl. it probably the only good shot I have of her: Thanks!!!!