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Thank you junebuggena!  As you can tell, I'm still learning about these breeds.   Their legs should be white also?  I've looked at Ameraucana sites and I don't see white legs on all the birds.

They should have slate legs, which is a dark, blue tinted 'wash' on the legs. The underlying skin color should be white. The skin on the bottoms of the feet is the best place to easily see what color skin a bird has.

post #22 of 25
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They should have slate legs, which is a dark, blue tinted 'wash' on the legs. The underlying skin color should be white. The skin on the bottoms of the feet is the best place to easily see what color skin a bird has.

Thank you!!

post #23 of 25

Sorta-kinda on topic question here...Has anyone tried to come up with any really wild EEs by breeding a blue egg layer with one of the very flamboyant breeds, like a Polish?

 

 I would love to see some of the results if anyone has!

D.gif  ~ ACORN ACRES in South Cackalacky jumpy.gif

 

Seven Easter Eggers, a Black Australorp, 1 Cuckoo Marans, An old Production Red,

and some really prolific oak trees!

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D.gif  ~ ACORN ACRES in South Cackalacky jumpy.gif

 

Seven Easter Eggers, a Black Australorp, 1 Cuckoo Marans, An old Production Red,

and some really prolific oak trees!

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post #24 of 25
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I'd like to see some wacky ones too.  


Edited by Gingersnap722 - 10/25/16 at 2:19pm
post #25 of 25
Me too that would be awesome to have crazy fun looking birds that lay awesome colored eggs!! .... homestead goals right there! You must be beautiful and useful! Lol
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