i remember reading somewhere about a new breed in south america that lays purple eggs? i think it was a chicken book i read. but what would the breed be?
if anyone has one of these chickens i would be happy.
you may be referring to de Quechua but this birds are not new, they are older than Columbus...
The Quechua, which may be tailed or rumpless, is a bantam-sized equivalent of the Tapu Rapanui Fowl. Quechua have an abrupt, high pitched multiple syllable crow. This fowl may have a long fifth toe and yellow legs. They may be tufted in stocks mixed with Quetro. Many exhibit a diminutive crest and most will have conservative muffs and/or beards. Greenish-gray eggs are the norm, but some lay spotted pinkish eggs and others a yellowish-tinted egg. They are found on various islands, including Pitcairn, Marquesis, and Easter, and on the mainland in Bolivia and Argentina