yep just when I thought Ross was kinda normal there you go again proving me wrong
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I'm no expert, but I'll take a swing. The short answer is no.
From what I understand, there are two base egg shell colors, white and blue. All brown coloring is a coating on the shell, kind of like a paint. I believe blue shell color is dominant to white, but if you cross a brown egg layer with a blue egg laying breed, you'll get the blue base shell, but a coat of brown will be applied over that shell color, making varying colors of eggs. This makes an easter egger. I know others can give you a much more scientific answer than that.
See I crossed a EE hen that laid green eggs with my SLP rooster and their little pullet lays a light pink egg almost white.
Yeah, the F2 generations with EE's get even more complex and that's where I am fuzzy on exactly how the genetics works. I'm assuming a pink egg would have a white base shell and it would be a super light "paint" being applied to the shell, but I'm not sure.
Ok so I'm thinking that Two Crows are the ones on the arms ? and Ravyn is the one on his head any thoughts only saying that because of the lofty perch we put her on . OH man no wonder she's the way she is we done gone and ruined the girl
Good thing you and Ravyn are buds. Otherwise she might you.
Hi Ross you going to see if they have factory seconds over at GQF you right next door . maybe they have a scratch and dent sale. or buy one and get one free .
well won't be the first time or the first woman or the second or third I learned to duck after that