Originally Posted by JensMaverick
True EEs are pretty....but I already have EEs. I was looking for purebred Ameraucanas and that was what I was told the eggs were. The eggs looked much different than my EE's blue and green eggs that I thought they were the real deal. :-(
I agree! When you are told you are getting Purebred, and pay a premium to get that, that's what you expect. To receive something else feels deceitful. I paid $15 each for 6 sexed, day old, purebred Wheaten Ameraucanas. I believe I received 4 female, 2 Roo Easter Eggers. I understand that you can get the odd Roo accidentally, but I would have had almost the same odds buying straight run Easter Eggers at a fraction of the cost.