So we have had multiple breeds of standard size hens for a year now but recently got more chicks from a fee store to expand our flock. We got 5 white Plymouth Rock chicks (our first time for this breed) and they are now about 5 weeks old. 4 have yellow feet and 1 has white/gray feet. It looks nothing like leg mites. They look like healthy feet, just lacking color. I'm wondering if this means it is male? Or a disease? The chick is eating and drinking and progressing normally. I just find it odd that the others of this breed have yellow feet and this one doesn't. Is there an albino version? Anything will help, I need to know if I should isolate the chick to prevent disease to the others. Thanks!