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Easter egger pullet.

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Rachel BB

Stem cell transplant from unrelated donor in Feb 2015. Thank you to all my friends here on BYC for all your support during my treatment and ongoing recovery!

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post #12 of 19
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Easter Egger.

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Easter egger pullet.
That seems to be the consensus! Thanks for your help in the clarification! I wonder why they're treated so interchangeably when they're clearly not?
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Mine has only been laying for about a month and her eggs almost fill the spot in the egg carton, they won't be small for long
that's good because they're the ones I'm most excited about! That and the happy mix of colors of eggs between her, my Rhode Island Red, and my White Leghorn! Like Easter every day!
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That seems to be the consensus! Thanks for your help in the clarification! I wonder why they're treated so interchangeably when they're clearly not?
that's good because they're the ones I'm most excited about! That and the happy mix of colors of eggs between her, my Rhode Island Red, and my White Leghorn! Like Easter every day!

I know the feeling. I get pink (Australorp and Orpington,) green (Easter Egger) and brown (Barred Plymouth Rock). I love when I get one of each on the same day, it's just so pretty

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I know the feeling. I get pink (Australorp and Orpington,) green (Easter Egger) and brown (Barred Plymouth Rock). I love when I get one of each on the same day, it's just so pretty
I'd love to have a brown egg layer, as soon as we move we're expanding our flock to include as many varieties as we can, i'm super excited for them all to start laying!
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I'd love to have a brown egg layer, as soon as we move we're expanding our flock to include as many varieties as we can, i'm super excited for them all to start laying!

My barred rock is a sweet heart, and so was my Rhode Island Red, they both lay brown eggs

post #16 of 19
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Just an update, I found out that Miss cinnamon has been laying, in fact she probably started on the same day my Rhode Island Red did! I found, hidden in a corner, 8 eggs and a golf ball, all belonging to my little Easter Egger. So now the only one not laying is a White Leghorn.
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So what color eggs is she laying? What brand of golf ball?   The Titleist  Pro v's  are worth some good $$ in nice shape.


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So what color eggs is she laying? What brand of golf ball?   The Titleist  Pro v's  are worth some good $$ in nice shape.
hah! Not sure, but I'm certainly not going to take it away from her! She is bound and determined to hatch a gold jacket out of that thing! She's laying A light Green Egg, very pretty, & a nice contrast to the pinky brown color from my Rhode Island Red. Kind of concerned that the White Leghorn is not going to be an egg layer... She's the second oldest and still has not started laying. Pretty darn sure this time, we hunted very well for her eggs just in case after finding the Easter Eggers super secret nest!
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Could someone perhaps help me guess the breed of chicken my penny might be?
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