I got this hen from Meyer Hatchery, and she was sold as a salmon, of course. But as she's grown, I can see she's certainly not salmon--I think she looks mahogany, but I've had a hard time finding a definition of that term as it applies to Faverolles, or even good quality pics. So are there any experts on here that can give an opinion on my girl, Pennyroyal? In all these first pics she's about 23 weeks old: Front: Side (her head and face are really muddy here, sorry): Back: headshot: I noticed that her muff is getting whiter as she ages--here she is at about 15 weeks old: baby picture, if it helps (1 week old): Do you have any other comments about her, besides color? Pennyroyal is just the sweetest and most outgoing/friendly of my 3 hens--she seems like the smartest and most adventurous, too. She has just started laying in the last week or so, and her eggs are darker than I was expecting--probably too dark for a Faverolles--here's a pic--what do you think? I have the hardest time finding Faverolles egg pics online, too. One of these is her egg, and one belongs to my Silver Laced Wyandotte--they're practically indistinguishable. Thanks!!!