I had reserved a sexed day old Ameraucana chick, a black austrolorp chick and a Salmon faverolles chick to be picked up at the end of march at a local lawn and garden center. I contacted a local farm that deals a good bit with chickens, and they told me that I should double check about the Ameraucana chick. Long story, but I double checked and the lawn and garden center said they are actually Easter Egger chicks..which is fine BUT I really want to be sure I get blue eggs. So I was researching breeds and the farm that I had contacted sells unsexed one day old Ameraucana chicks and autosexed cream legbars. Should I press my luck with the Ameraucana chick and pray that it’s not a rooster (my children will be so disappointed if I need to give one up) or should I go with the sure bet, cream legbar. Any differences in egg color that you have noticed? Or should I just stick with the original Easter Egger that I have reserved at the lawn and garden? Thanks for your help and opinions!