There's probably absolutely nothing to worry about, but I'd like some feedback. Hen #1. A light brahma, second to the largest of my hens. Her face, comb and wattles are so pale pink, they are more like flesh color. It's not like they were pink and have gone pale, it's always been this way. They do turn pink when she's excited or scared, but when she's just walking around relaxed they go back to the flesh color. No signs of illness and her stools are fine. I'm almost tempted to believe she has low blood pressure (like I do). Hen #2. A buff brahma. Just to look at her she looks to be about the same size as all my other buffs, but when you pick her up she's light as a feather. She eats well. I check her crop frequently and it's always full, but not rock hard. No signs of illness and her stools are fine. (Yes, I did follow them around and watch ). No signs of worms from either of them, but I did do a prophylatic worming of all the chickens about six weeks ago. So is it just normal differences in individuals? Oh! They are just shy of 6 months old and neither is these girls is among my current layers, although pale face is showing interest in the nests.