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Breeds Of Chickens-What To Pick, and How To Pick and Why To Pick

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    Muff-Less Easter Egger Pullet
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    Now, many of us find our selves asking the question:What breeds?



    Breeds For Pets, Yes.But what about Pets AND Eggs?
    Yes!Yes!Yes!My flock is pretty much all eggs layers, but there my pets!It surely can happen.
    But what breeds you ask?Well, Barred Rocks, Easter Eggers, Silver or Gold Laced Wyandottes, and Black Austrolorp and Giants are the ultimate best.Friendly, Pretty and perfect eggs!
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    If your font know already, the most of one breed in my flock is Easter Egger!I love them.
    They come In many many colors, some muffed or bearded, some not!They lay anything from purple*, pink,***, sky blue or olive**!

    **Not always will they be these colors, Easter Eggers eggs could be even white or brown.
    *Not a purple purple, it's just a purple tint.No chicken can ever lay rainbow eggs
    ***Again as above, a dull brown pink



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