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Arau-ameraucana

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Pros: All around awesome

Cons: Doesn't really stay with the flock, kind of a loner.

We have one rooster and everyone loves him!
Arau-ameraucana
Description:

The Arau-ameraucana is a beautiful cross between an Araucana and an Ameraucana. Their ear tufts still exist but are more of a muff. They are generally docile but cocks can be aggressive. They come in a variety of colours but the most common is Wheaten. They have very small or absent wattles and a pea comb with 2 rows. Shanks are willow or slate, very rarely gypsy. They lay olive or very light blue eggs and don't have a lethal allele combination. Tail is short, beak is horn but may be willow.

Details:
DetailValue
Breed PurposeDual Purpose
CombPea
BroodinessAverage
Climate ToleranceAll Climates
Egg ProductivityMedium
Egg SizeMedium
Egg ColorOlive, green, cinnamon, light blue
Breed TemperamentSound, docile, cocks may be aggressive
Breed Colors/VarietiesWheaten, Black, White, Silver Duckwing, Golden Duckwing, Blue, Self Blue, Buff, Blue Wheaten, Blue-laced Red
Breed SizeLarge Fowl
APA/ABA Class
Models:
Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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