A bard rock rooster and an Easter Egger pullet will result in a beautiful silvery/grey chick. They are a 1/3 pure-breed so they cannot be shown in legit bird shows, and they have a low mortality rate (or a high one... basically they will sometimes die off really easily). A Buff Orpington Rooster (we had one but got rid of him) X a Road Island Red will result in a reddish gold or reddish brown chicken. So far my two females from their parents are a reddish gold, while their brother is leaning to the reddish brown side. I will eventually post pictures once I can get my hands on a camera. A Bard Rock Rooster X Silver-lace Wyandotte will result in a Wybar, a beautiful white and black hen. The female pullets have white faces plus a white spot on their head when they hatch and at three months they have "peppered" feathers. Depending on the dominant gene, one chick might have a straight comb or possibly a rose comb from the Wyandotte hen. A Bard Rock Rooster X Brahma will result in a Bard rock... but with feathered feet! One of my chicks that had E.coli from its hatching had beautiful pearly pink feet and beak with long feathered feet (I think it was a hen but I couldn't tell). My male chick (if I am right about the sex) has his father's slight orange and black beak and feet. They are also scaly while the chick that died had smoother feet. More to come!