10+ Blue / Black / Splash Ameraucana Hatching Eggs!

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  1. lavenderorpgirl

    lavenderorpgirl Chillin' With My Peeps

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    These are pure Ameraucana blue hatching eggs from 2 black roos, 3 blue roos, 3 splash roos and 18 hens - 7 blue hens, 3 splash hens, 6 blues and 2 black hens, these are NOT Easter Eggers. (eggs are a beautiful light blue - hard to get good picture of the color)

    They are free ranging chickens and sleep in their adjoining coops each night. They roam the property together, are in excellent health, are quite pleasant and friendly and the eggs they produce are simply gorgeous - they are the most beautiful blue eggs!

    We have loving cared for these birds, fed them an organic (NOT certified) diet, we have not lost any to injury or illness and they have 100% proven fertility.

    Here is what the expected ratio would be for the hatching chicks based on the above grouping that we have free ranging together.

    Black X Black = 100 % black

    Black X Blue = 50 % black, 50% blue

    Black X Blue = 100% blue

    Blue X Splash = 50% blue, 50% splash

    Splash X Splash = 100% splash

    Blue X Blue = 50% black, 25% splash, 25% blue


    The pictures of the birds in this auction are the actual breeding birds the eggs are coming from. They are our birds, not internet photos. We are members of the Ameraucana Breeders Club and pride ourselves on our gorgeous, well tempered birds.

    The hens have adorable muffs and beards, tiny pea combs and no waddles.

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    So far 100% fertility, and producing nice, healthy birds. We will safely package the eggs to get them to you quickly and safely*. We will add extra eggs to each order to try to get you a 100% hatch rate. We collect the eggs twice a day and are they turned morning, noon and evening (eggs should be turned an odd number each day so there is no chance of eggs laying on the same side).
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2011
  2. wessfarm

    wessfarm Out Of The Brooder

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    nice birds i live in selmer how hard on the eggs would it be to ship this far ?
     

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