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post #1061 of 1087

All easter eggers.

 

From chicks to adults.

 

 

the two mostly white ones had yellow down

the red one is the photo bombing chick

the silver with a black head (hiding behind the blue pullet) is the chipmunk farthest to the right

the splash in the back was yellow with black spots.


Edited by Chicken5555 - 1/5/17 at 3:36pm
post #1062 of 1087

Great pics.  Thanks.

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post #1063 of 1087
I just got baby ameraucona chicks anyone know what they will look like when they get older? you can't see it but she has a dark stripe also on her back
post #1064 of 1087
For that one I would guess a dark buff. big_smile.png

Cute little critter. Congrats.
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I just got baby ameraucona chicks anyone know what they will look like when they get older? you can't see it but she has a dark stripe also on her back

From the chick down color and pattern I would guess it is a wildtype (e+) and wheaten (ey) cross and not a standard Ameraucana.

John W Blehm - Creator of several of the ORIGINAL varieties of Ameraucana chickens,

including large fowl LAVENDER, BLACK, BUFF, BLUE and WHITE Ameraucanas!

Join the Ameraucana Alliance - The Official Ameraucana Breed Club!  Membership starts at just $10/year. 

http://Ameraucana.org  -  http://AmeraucanaAlliance.org  -  http://Ameraucana.club

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John W Blehm - Creator of several of the ORIGINAL varieties of Ameraucana chickens,

including large fowl LAVENDER, BLACK, BUFF, BLUE and WHITE Ameraucanas!

Join the Ameraucana Alliance - The Official Ameraucana Breed Club!  Membership starts at just $10/year. 

http://Ameraucana.org  -  http://AmeraucanaAlliance.org  -  http://Ameraucana.club

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post #1066 of 1087
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I just got baby ameraucona chicks anyone know what they will look like when they get older? you can't see it but she has a dark stripe also on her back

Easter Egger. Not way to really predict what that chick will look like.

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Originally Posted by chickenlady70 View Post

I just got baby ameraucona chicks anyone know what they will look like when they get older? you can't see it but she has a dark stripe also on her back

Easter Egger. Not way to really predict what that chick will look like.

Yep^^^.... was just going to ask if anyone had noticed the green legs.

Great article on VENTILATION, one of THE MOST IMPORTANT aspects of coop design.

Fantastic treatise to help decide how much SPACE your chickens need.

 

Chicken math is not just 'addition'...but also should include Division, Multiplication and especially Subtraction!!!

 

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Great article on VENTILATION, one of THE MOST IMPORTANT aspects of coop design.

Fantastic treatise to help decide how much SPACE your chickens need.

 

Chicken math is not just 'addition'...but also should include Division, Multiplication and especially Subtraction!!!

 

Quoting centrarchid:

"Make every effort to understand your chicken's biology and the environment that supports it."

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post #1068 of 1087
Heres my little one, he/she was in the ameraucana bin as well as barred rocks, and was the only one to look like this. When a day or so old it had a dark coffee brown head and black down with dark grey/greenish legs. So i am posting the little one here for some tips on what my mystery chick is. We bought it along with three barred rocks and two assorted bantams

Also this is at two-three weeks of age it has since gotten more gold in the breast feathers, cape and head.

Picture date March 15,2017


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post #1069 of 1087
Looks like an EE.... and will grow up to be a wild-type brown color. A bit like a Welsummer in color.
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post #1070 of 1087

Pretty cool another EE. I own two as it is and both girls have laid me dark olive green to sky blue eggs.

 

Here are some more up to date photos of her. If she seems tense it is because she hates the flash.

Going to call it a she for now.

 

 

 this is her with my runt PBR, I dont think he is going to make it. He is way way smaller than everyone else and sleeps alot.

 

 

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5 Narragansett turkeys, 1 Sweet grass Turkey, 4 Muscovy ducks, 7 Guinea fowl, 2 Silver laced Wyandottes, 1 olive egger, 2 ee, 1 production red, 9 plymouth rocks, 1 buff orpington, 3 bantams, 4 rouen ducks, 4 austrlorp
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5 Narragansett turkeys, 1 Sweet grass Turkey, 4 Muscovy ducks, 7 Guinea fowl, 2 Silver laced Wyandottes, 1 olive egger, 2 ee, 1 production red, 9 plymouth rocks, 1 buff orpington, 3 bantams, 4 rouen ducks, 4 austrlorp
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