Today I followed a sign at my local tack shop to a bargain of 6 new hens, look to be 2 blue andalusians, and 4 easter eggers. Lady said one of them lays a blue tinted egg, but didnt know which one. For a buck a hen, I wasnt going to quibble! She has 18-20 more birds, all unknown or mixes, mostly EEs, that need homes soon. She has lost interest, and they are living in an ancient and inadequate coop, gaping holes in the sides, no real perches, just rafters, and I didnt see any signs of a water source, but she has a barn nearby, so I assume they are being fed and watered there, with the other animals? The birds appeared perky, and healthy, tho there were signs of frostbite on all the Roos. These birds are not laying now, and mixed ages, from months to 3 years. But I imagine given adequate water food and shelter, they will start to lay again. They are quite pretty, and I told her I would net work and try to help her find homes for the rest. The birds do not appear to be under weight, and other than signs of frostbitten combs wattles, and toes, looked like nice birds. You can see the influence of Aracauna in most of them, along with some barred rock, and she said her original birds included spangled hamburgs. She let them breed and raise thier own the last year or so. She is only asking 50 cents per bird, but we gave her 1.00 for each, and were quite happy. These birds are used to free range, and will never be lap chickens. Anyone interested can email me, and I will forward her number to you if you want, she says she is not a computer person. The only reason I am involved, is that I dont want to see these poor birds waste away in these bitter cold temps.