Hi Everyone! After many unsuccessful attempts, my extremely persistent broody finally hatched out one live chick! The broody is a Leghorn X Faverolles cross who lays pink eggs, but she was sitting on six pale blue eggs. She isn't the biological mother- but I'm pretty sure the mother is one of my EE's. I have only four hens who lay a pale blue egg, and they are all Golden Duckwing Americauna X Brown Leghorn crosses. My four roosters are a Salmon Faverolles rooster (who I strongly suspect to be the father) who is dominant. I have two Americauna roosters; one is black, the other is blue. I also have a Rhode Island red rooster who has a leg injury so I highly doubt that he is the father. I was on Kippenjungle and I calculated a partridge colored hen over a Salmon colored Rooster and it said all of the male chicks would be Golden Duckwing and all of the female chicks would be Cream duckwing. The chick is pale yellow. I only caught a glimpse so I can't tell if it has feathered legs. Is there any difference between cream and gold duckwing in chicks? Also, I assumed the chick would be chipmunk colored, but does the yellow mean the salmon faverolles genetics is showing up- and is it safe to assume the Salmon Faverolles is the father? Any ideas? I suppose I can wait and see how the little chick feathers out, but I am curious about who its parents are.