10 + 2 Ok, I guess these are EE's Not :( AMERAUCANA HATCHING EGGS, NPIP Ky Auction

Discussion in 'Chicken Hatching Eggs' started by egg-cellent, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. egg-cellent

    egg-cellent Chillin' With My Peeps

    This auction is for Ameraucana hatching eggs.
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    Bidding will start at: $12.00
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    Auction ends at 9:00 pm EST on 3/19/12
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    We are new with this breed, but we have tested fertility. 40 eggs in the incuabtor and only 2 were not fertile. Pretty good fertitlity rate.
    I will send the bluest eggs available.


    Please bid with confidence, if we get more eggs by the time auction ends we will include more.
    I can not be responsible for your hatch rate, due to conditions out of my control, like especially the PO handling. Although if you don't have a decsent hatch rate, please contact me and we can work something out.


    Ask any questions prior to bidding. I will do my best to answer.
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  2. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    They look like fine Easter Eggers to me rather than Ameraucanas.

    What color are they meant to be?
     
  3. LeeWest

    LeeWest Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi, they are pretty Easter Eggers, but those are not Ameraucanas.
     
  4. egg-cellent

    egg-cellent Chillin' With My Peeps

    They are supposed to be. They are laying all blue eggs, no greens or pinks. nothing but blue.
    They were crossed with different colors of other Ameraucanas. They had browns and whites, blacks, lavender. They have them all together and these are a third generation from them.
     
  5. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    That is why they lay blue eggs.

    As they are not a standard Ameraucana color they are by definition EE's.

    So these are GREAT for getting those pretty eggs, just not "ameraucanas"
     
  6. egg-cellent

    egg-cellent Chillin' With My Peeps

    Doesn't EE lay different colors?
     
  7. Phage

    Phage Mad Scientist Premium Member

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    Not necessarily. Depends on what the breeding of the chicken is.

    Ones that are from ameraucana and araucana backgrounds will lay blue and blue-green.

    EEs that lay brown and pink eggs have other genes/breeds in their making, as well as ameraucana or araucana
     
  8. Frost Homestead

    Frost Homestead eggmonger

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    they're definitely EE
     
  9. 2hot2chicken

    2hot2chicken Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Im not an expert on the breed. However I do get pretty PO when people don't read all of the information and assume they know what they are talking about.
    Especially since you are slandering someone elses birds.

    If you read what the seller said then you would have seen the seller stated:
    they were from a pen with different colors of Ameraucana running together so that is why they are not the recognised colors!
    Shouldn't they just be called project colors of Ameraucanas or a mix of colors and NOT EE since both the hens and roos were Ameraucanas!
    Nothing worse than having your pure breds called mutts!

    They very well could have some EE blood in them I am just saying........ If the hens and roos were true then these would be to???
    Off the soap box now
     
  10. egg-cellent

    egg-cellent Chillin' With My Peeps

    That is exactly what I thought. The first generation when was on the property are all solid colors. But they are running together. They had a first generation lot, second and third. They were not selling any of the first and second generation. Just the third. I guess I should have stated this all in the listing. Anyway they do lay blue eggs. Some lighter and some darker. But definately no greens or browns.
    Thanks 2hot2chicken for your understanding.
     

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