Ok, here's my rant. 1. There is no such thing as a "Yellow Buff" chicken. Both "yellow" and "buff" are colors (aka a variety) not a breed. It's a little repeatative to say this. It's like saying, "I'm going to the ATM Machine." Most people refer to this breed as a "Yellow Buff." The correct name is "Buff Orpington." Buff refers to the color, Orpington is the breed. Sorry, I don't raise "Yellow Buffs" - I raise Buff Orpingtons. (Also note that Orpington is not spelled with an "h".) 2. There is a difference between a Barred Plymouth Rock and a Dominique (aka Dominicker). The most obvious difference is that Barred Rocks have single combs and Dominique have rose combs. There is also difference in the barring pattern. *If somebody wants to post pics to demonstrate the differences, please feel free. 3. Don't get offended when somebody calls your "Ameraucana" an Easter Egger. If it was purchased at a feed store or a hatchery, that's exactly what it is. True Ameraucanas lay blue eggs; Easter Eggers can lay a variety of egg colors. Also, Ameraucanas are recognized by the APA in certain colors (varieties) while Easter Eggers are not. Ok? Alright.