I believe you are wrong. I have Ameraucana/Leghorn mixes, and about half of them are clean faced with single combs. Ive even hatched out wheaten Ameraucanas from muffed/bearded parents and had some turn out clean faced.
Im pretty sure that is not true. Ive hatched several batches of Ameraucana mixes, with the father being Ameraucana, and the mothers being several different breeds. Ive gotten a wide variety of bearded, non-bearded, yellow and non yellow legs, and pea and straight combs.
This is my go-to recipe for lemon meringue pie, which is very similar to the one posted here:
Its fully cooked before you pour it in the pie crust, it just needs to cool down. Cornstarch is an amazing ingredient.
Coyotes around here are very used to human scent, they are seen in suburban neighborhoods. Not to mention all the human scent around chicken coops. I set a hav-a-hart trap to try and catch raccoons and all I caught were coyotes. I caught one every night for 4 nights.
My best friend had prostate cancer. It was found early, and he had several options. He opted on cryosurgery. It did change his life, as far as, uh, personally goes, but he opted to live instead of worry about his sex life. He had the procedure done 5 years ago, and he's still around to...
I have a very nice young trio of Wheaten marans, cockerel and 2 pullets, about 3 months old. I bought them to start a flock of them, but have since decided to go a different way, thus they are now available. Pickup north of Ocala.