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My Hatching Journey- The Adventures of a Complete Newbie - Page 106post #1052 of 33662/10/16 at 1:20pmQuote:Originally Posted by Chicknlvn
Awesome! I can't wait to start :) So random question maybe you or another member can answer... a friend of mine & I are having a "debate" she has ameraucana hens and her rooster is a BCM she thinks that if the eggs are fertile they'll be blue with brown specks. Doesn't the hens breed determine the color/appearance of the eggs? I would think the roosters breed has nothing to do with it... but maybe I'm wrong??? Any idea?
The eggs from the Ameraucana will be blue whether fertilized or not (If they are blue now) and any pullet offspring should lay green eggs.
If the blue is really saturated from the mom and the Roo hatched from a really dark egg, the offspring will be Olive Eggers.
If the mom is really an EE, and only has one copy of the blue gene, half of the offspring will lay green and half will lay brown.post #1053 of 33662/10/16 at 4:33pmpost #1054 of 33662/10/16 at 5:13pm
Edited by FridayYet - 2/10/16 at 5:14pmpost #1055 of 33662/10/16 at 5:50pmbe careful who you trust believe me just as sure as you do the ones you trust the most might. make a fool of you the road you travel on my be filled with ruts and holes careful where you place your feet you might fall and bust your nose .be careful who you trust believe me just as sure as you do the ones you trust the most might. make a fool of you the road you travel on my be filled with ruts and holes careful where you place your feet you might fall and bust your nose .post #1056 of 33662/10/16 at 5:56pmQuote:
Hi Bubbles just realized this is double hump day for you get a two hump camel todaybe careful who you trust believe me just as sure as you do the ones you trust the most might. make a fool of you the road you travel on my be filled with ruts and holes careful where you place your feet you might fall and bust your nose .post #1057 of 33662/10/16 at 6:04pmpost #1058 of 33662/10/16 at 6:21pmThread StarterQuote:
Howdy, CC!post #1059 of 33662/10/16 at 6:27pmpost #1060 of 33662/10/16 at 6:39pm
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