and what color might you call THIS Ameraucana??

KatyTheChickenLady

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I hatched this from an egg from S&N Livestock, he hasn't been on since July - seemed like he was having some major life bumps in the road.
YES, in advance, I see the green leggs
Is this a proper color feathering? I am thinking it may change a bit more and I can't tell if it is a pullett or cockeral . . . anyone?It's 13 weeks old.
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speckledhen

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That is just one of the color patterns of Easter Eggers, sort of a grab bag of patterns. No name for it. She isn't Ameraucana, but she's pretty! There's no proper anything for an Easter Egger, being a crossbreed.

ETA: looks girly to me right now.
 

HBuehler

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Hey you sure you didn't take that out of my Easter Egger pasture
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we have several all in that color range..very seldom will you get two alike-or at least I never do.
I'm not going there on the sex just because I have 2 the same age and I'm undecided on mine..one day they look pullet one day little roo...so when it crows or lays eggs I will then decide
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Or if they grow some saddle feathers I will concede to a roo
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KatyTheChickenLady

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LOL I know its an EE, am disapointed because that's not what I bought but no biggie. Iam thinking its a roo one day and a pullett the next. The comb is very red but small, and I have no others from this batch to compare to. The female in his pics was red and blue and had a pretty good comb.
 

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