I have been making a study of chickens, and there are clean legged chickens (what we usually think of), and booted chickens that have feathers all over their legs and feet. There are Rosecomb Roosters which is a bumpy red many knobbed comb like in this picture. There are some very large Red combs, and there are split or double combs that are shorter, parted in the middle, and are separated by a space. My rooster who walks the property has that kind of comb. The hen house rooster has the normal large red comb. There are so many looks to chickens. I photograph them at so many Plant nurseries around here because they cater to school children, antique car buffs, have pig pens, chicken coops with all kinds of chickens, ducks, turkeys, goats, llama, Emus, sheep, and the list goes on. We have pumpkin patch nurseries in the fall, strawberry patch nurseries in the spring. Modern kids have to have some place to visit to understand the concept that our food grows in the ground, and you have to gather or pick it. We are so far removed from a farm culture.