Ameraucanas, EEs? And is the big one a roo?

AnnabelleO

Hatching
Feb 24, 2015
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Hey there! I could use some help with identification. They were sold as Ameraucanas, but I see no beards. Perhaps they are EEs? I am also concerned the white and black one might be a roo from different things I've read. A few weeks ago she just got enormous! They are almost 9 weeks old. Thanks!
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junebuggena

Crowing
Apr 17, 2015
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They are Easter Eggers because their legs are not the right color for Ameraucana, their feathers aren't the right colors for Ameraucana, and they are clean faced. Also, your girl has a single comb, so she might not even have a blue egg gene. The black and white one is a boy.
 

Michael OShay

Crowing
5 Years
May 14, 2014
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They are Easter Eggers because their legs are not the right color for Ameraucana, their feathers aren't the right colors for Ameraucana, and they are clean faced. Also, your girl has a single comb, so she might not even have a blue egg gene. The black and white one is a boy.

I agree.
 

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