Easter Eggers

Average User Rating:
4.27673/5,
  1. BantammChick
    5/5,
    "Must have in a backyard flock!"
    Pros - Lay beautiful eggs,sweet and tame.
    Easter eggers are very sweet birds,they lay green and blue eggs, and they are more of a cold-weather bird.
  2. famerzellman
    4/5,
    "Love them!"
    Pros - sweet natured
    Cons - mystery deaths
    i loved watching my groups fuz change to beautiful feathering/ markings. i love their sweet gentle nature. Reason i didnt give 5 star is this is my third group and i have lost two of them so far this year to mystery deaths :hit i will be buying more next year regardless!
    Purchase Price:
    3

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  3. Poultry Place
    5/5,
    "My favorite birds."
    Pros - Very freindly, lay lots of eggs, feathers can be a variety of colors
    Cons - None that I can think of.
  4. Kranna
    5/5,
    "Amazing Bird!"
    Pros - Very friendly
    Adventurous
    Great Layers
    Cons - Can be flighty
    My EE is by far my favorite bird in the flock. They are extremely friendly, and get along great with my other chickens. One of the best things about them is you never know what color they'll be (if you get them as chicks.) Overall a fantastic bird, EEs are great layers (beautiful eggs,) and make a great pet!

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  5. SoCalClucker
    4/5,
    "Sweet breed with pretty eggs"
    Pros - Sweet, calm, docile layer of colored eggs
    Cons - Not steady in laying, seem fairly quick to wind down... but the personality wins!
    "Easter Egger" seems to include a lot of variability in the breed... we got 3, and all 3 look different. However, they all have very sweet and calm temperaments, and lay eggs that range from olive green to blue-green. Very pretty! They've never been the most productive birds in our flock, and at 3 ours are definitely winding down, but we can't bear to part with them as they are just such mellow girls.
  6. lbierly
    5/5,
    "Sweet, Sweet chickens"
    Pros - very friendly
    Cons - none
    I love my Easter Eggers, they are so sweet. As soon as they see ya they come running looking at you like did you bring me a goody. Love this chicken.
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  7. givengrove
    3/5,
    "Cheeky"
    Pros - Beautiful eggs, funny looking (in a cute way)
    Cons - Clingy (to flock), cheeky, speedy, shy
    I have an Easter Egger named Junie and.. they're not exactly the most friendly.. sticks close to the adopted mother and runs away even after profuse handling.
    Overall:
    3
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  8. KikisGirls
    5/5,
    "Good layers"
    Pros - Nice size blue egg
    Pretty feather colors, nice size blue egg and good layers.
  9. kacothran
    5/5,
    "Fun Breed"
    Pros - Beautiful variety, colorful eggs, funny personalities
    Cons - Don't love to be handled
    These are definitely one of my top favorite breeds! They tend to have the silliest and sweetest personalities. I love the colored eggs, and they are reliable layers. My Easter Eggers don't love to be picked up and handled, but they love following me around the yard and sitting in the grass close by me. You literally can't go wrong with these birds!
    Bonniebooboo, givengrove and mueri07 like this.
  10. mjett5578
    4/5,
    "GORGEOUS BIRDS, BUT NOT THAT NICE"
    Pros - one of the most beautiful breeds around, lay gorgeous blue-green eggs
    Cons - Not as nice as Ameraucanas
    For some reason, In my experience, Ameraucanas have just been more docile. Even they come from the same order, and breeding place, I've just found EEs to be more skittish. Also, people commonly mistake them for an actual breed. An Easter Egger is an Ameraucana that doesn't fit the breeding standards of Ameraucanas. For example, if your hen is an "Ameraucana", but doesn't have tufts and a beard, then it is an EE. Also, there is only a few colors that are "true Ameraucana", so if you have any different colors, then it is an EE. Here is the website to find the breed standards: http://ameraucanabreedersclub.org/standard.html

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