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Ameri-Flower

Ameri-Flower

“I have a young Ameri-Flower rooster that I love, he is so pretty! He's extremely sweet but he hasn't hit sexual maturity yet so things could change. He looks like a splash americauna but is crested and bearded, he has become my favorite part of the flock- I just love watching him. He has a lot of spunk/personality, I'm really hoping he continues this docile personality to adulthood.  ” --melishkia

100% Positive Reviews
Arau-ameraucana

Arau-ameraucana

“We have one rooster and everyone loves him!” --toysamarie

100% Positive Reviews
Carolina Blue Sex-Link EE

Carolina Blue Sex-Link EE

“I love my "Beauty" She is a very Pretty girl, however between her broodiness and her molt she laid only 3 months out of her first year.  Her eggs are a beautiful Olive color and she is quiet. Her aggressiveness is Non-prejudice. She pecks at the other hens indiscriminately. She is a quiet layer, not too much of an egg song, and very gentle towards people.  I would...” --Jewellan

100% Positive Reviews
Favacauna

Favacauna

“   My Favacauna named Raven is the nicest thing, and she lays a large green egg nearly every day. Her feathers have a beautiful blue shine and I absolutely love her feather cheeks.  If you are looking to get one of these chickens, know that they won't be on the bottom of the pecking order, as mine has managed to become the most dominant of my flock. One thing that apparently...” --BlueJuniper

100% Positive Reviews
Lavender Pekin

Lavender Pekin

“The most delightful, entertaining chicken. Main drawback is her feathery legs need cleaning fairly often, but well worth it- she is my favourite. Has a cute waddle style run and is a poor flyer. She lays tiny eggs: one every other day, but if you are looking for a pet with personality, look no further.” --celiacee

100% Positive Reviews
Super Blue Egg Layer

Super Blue Egg Layer

“  I wrote a comment but now that my pullets are laying I'm writing a fuller review.  Initially I was intrigued by these birds but put off by the price.  At the time I believe it was around $21.00 for a day old pullet plus shipping, but the more I read I came to the conclusion it was something I could do myself at a fraction of the cost and perhaps do even better than the...” --dekel18042

67% Positive Reviews
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