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    Colored eggs

    A 7 year old girl suggested the same thing, and she didn’t know anything about chickens either.
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    Colored eggs

    Thanks! This info is interesting!
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    Colored eggs

    I bought them from Privetts in New Mexico. They dont carry them any more. That was about 25 years ago. They laid many pastel colored eggs. I cant find any people around here that still raise them and I havent been able to find a hatchery that carries them.
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    Colored eggs

    I had some of those chickens. They laid lots of pastel colored eggs. I bought the chicks from Privetts in New Mexico. That was about 25 years ago. I called them a few times since but they have a different supplier for their easter eggers and that line of chickens is being bred for blue only...
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    Colored eggs

    I’ve raised them years ago. Their eggs were really pretty colors and I guess that because they didn’t lay as well as some other breeds, they weren’t used often for egg production. They came from Privett Hatchery in New Mexico. They no longer carry those chicks. I’d like to find some of them...
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    Colored eggs

    I had them for a few years and I often took eggs to the school where I was a teacher and hatched those eggs in the classroom. I havent been able to connect with anyone from those days.
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    Colored eggs

    I bought them from a New Mexico hatchery. I’ve contacted them since but they now carry a line of easter eggers that are bred for bright blue eggs. The easter eggers that laid many pastel colors were also sold in the midwest. A friend of mine had some but the hatchery he used changed to a new...
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    Colored eggs

    The original chickens that I had that laid so many colors were from Privetts in New mexico. They changed to a supplier of easter eggers that breed for richly colored blue eggs. That was about 20 years ago. A former classmate had similar chickens but told me that the hatcheries that are near...
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    Colored eggs

    There used to be some easter egg chickens that laid eggs that were pastel colors including lavender, orange, yellow, blue, green, pink, and more. Now, the hatcheries are getting colored eggs from sources that breed for bright blue only. Where can someone find those chickens with the eggs in so...
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