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Egg Color Chart - Find Out What Egg Color Your Breed Lays

  1. Cats Critters
    I have seen a lot of posts lately about what color(s) a breed lays, So I made a place to find out. Please give me pictures for the chart here:
    https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=285854

    BreedEgg Color Pictures
    Ameraucana
    blue (the brown egg is not an Ameraucana egg)

    This site: http://www.ameraucana.org/ClubMerchandise.html
    it has an Ameraucana egg color chart.

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    Easter Egger Blue,Green, are common but can come in any color as the last picture shows [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
    Ancona white, bottom egg in the picture.
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    Andalusian white(2nd carton) [​IMG]
    Araucana Blue (center egg is the Araucana) [​IMG]
    Aseel
    Cream or tinted
    (brown egg is the Aseel, white is a store egg)

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    Black Australorp Brown, but mine look pinkish [​IMG]
    Barnevelder dark brown [​IMG]
    Brahma brown [​IMG]
    Buckeye
    brown
    Sicilian Buttercup white [​IMG]
    Campine white [​IMG]
    Chantecler brown [​IMG]
    Cochin light brown/ cream
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    Cornish light brown [​IMG]
    Mille Fluer d'Uccles cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Catalanas cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Crevecoeurs white
    Cubalaya cream or tinted
    Delaware brown [​IMG]
    Dominique brown [​IMG]
    Dorking
    cream or tinted
    The dorking egg is in the top left.

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    Dutch Bantam white [​IMG]
    Faverolle cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Hamburg white [​IMG]
    Holland white
    Houdan white
    Japanese Bantam cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Java brown [​IMG]
    Jersey Giant brown (egg on the left is a Jersey Giant egg) [​IMG]
    La Fleche white
    [​IMG]
    Lakenvelder cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Langshan Dark brown [​IMG]
    Leghorn white
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    Malay light brown
    Marans
    dark brown, but hatchery birds eggs are not always dark

    The brown eggs in the top picture are the Marans eggs.

    The 2nd picture was taken without a flash and the forth with a flash

    The third picture is an egg from my CMs, but it is a weird/long shape.

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    Minorca white [​IMG]
    Modern Games white [​IMG]
    Turken light brown
    New Hampshire Red brown
    [​IMG]
    Old English Game
    cream or tinted
    In Second picture the 1st egg is a Appenzeller Spithauben and the 2nd is an Old English Game


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    Orpington brown [​IMG]
    Phoenix cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Polish white [​IMG]
    Redcaptinted [​IMG]
    Rhode Island Red brown[​IMG] [​IMG]
    Rosecomb cream or tinted
    Sebrightwhite [​IMG]
    Silkie cream or tinted [​IMG]
    Sultan white [​IMG]
    Sumatra white [​IMG]
    Sussex light brown [​IMG]
    Welsummer dark brown

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    White Faced Black Spanish white [​IMG]
    Wyandotte brown [​IMG]
    Yokohama
    cream or tinted

    yokohama's egg, compared with a normal sized large-fowl egg and a dollar
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    Appenzeller Spithauben
    white
    First Egg is a Appenzeller Spithauben the second is an Old English Game.

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    Egyptian Fayoumi off-white[​IMG]
    Cream Legbar Blue-green/Olive (egg to the far right is the Cream Legbar) [​IMG]
    Plymouth Rocks brown [​IMG]

    Red Sex-links
    (Also know as Red Stars,Golden Comet, and about a million other things)


    Brown
    [​IMG]
    Penedesece dark brown [​IMG]
    Icelandic White
    Russian Orlofft Brown with white specks
    Cream Brabanter White

    Black Sex-link
    (also known as Black Stars

    brown [​IMG]
    Shamo light brown [​IMG]
    Please PM me or post about any mistakes on the thread and thanks to all who donated pictures!

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  1. Chicken Girl1
  2. dtown2002
    Very great! An "egg"cellent chart!
  3. kambrose
    this is great! Thank you!
  4. Dustieburk
    I like your chart it helped me a lot i just got five different breeds of chicks i had ordered and i couldn't find all of their egg colors. :)
  5. Cats Critters
    Gogetter they are actually at the bottom of the chart after the orginal set up, because of how I set it up, it's hard to add new ones in ahpibetical order. So as a result they tend to end up at the bottom.
  6. gogetter
    Love the chart! What about black stars?
  7. jbtcajun
    Awsome
    Thanks for this, just love it.
    This is a candidate for a stiky.
  8. jbtcajun
  9. beach hens
    Thank this really helped! [​IMG]
  10. BaileyBoy
    great page!!!

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