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EE or Ameracauna?

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Supposed to be americauna but the differences are confusing to me. Eggs are pale mint green.



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The easiest way for me to find the difference is to ask, Where did you buy her?

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Originally Posted by CascadiaRiver View Post

The easiest way for me to find the difference is to ask, Where did you buy her?

I bought them at a hardware store last year as chicks. I'm thinking EE. If you dint mind me asking. How do you tell the difference by where you buy?
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I bought them at a hardware store last year as chicks. I'm thinking EE. If you dint mind me asking. How do you tell the difference by where you buy?

You will never find a Real Ameraucana at a feedstore or similar, the only way to obtain a real Ameraucana  is from a Good Breeder ^^

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:welcome

 

Pretty Easter egger hen. I like EE more than Ameraucana, personally. I like the variety in feather color, and the range of egg colors. The true blue of the Ameraucana are wonderful, don't get me wrong, but I like all those shades of green one gets with EE hens. Plus, in my experience, EE lay much better as the hatcheries breed for egg production. 

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They are Easter Eggers. Not only do they lack any of the SOP color patterns of true Ameraucanas, true Ameraucanas lay blue eggs, not pale mint green.

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