Hi everyone: We got a dozen White Chantecler hens from a breeder several weeks ago. They were ranging freely with the Chantecler roosters so we thought we'd try to incubate some of the eggs and this weekend hatched 7 chicks. Most are a pale yellow, one is white but what really has us baffled is that one of them is mostly gray, with some black patches. The gray one even has a beak that looks different: wider at the base and more "stubby" at the tip. Is this what a baby rooster looks like perhaps? A genetic throwback of some sort? Any info to help solve this mystery would be appreciated! Whatever the answer, the little gray one sure is cute! I'm going to try to upload a pic ... my first attempt. The pictures look pinkish but that's because they're all under a red heat lamp and I didn't want to scare them by using a flash.