Are both of these girls Sapphire Olive Green Eggers?

Leeha92

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Aug 17, 2019
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We got both of these girls as chicks from Rural King and they’re both supposed to be Sapphire Olive Green Eggers. I honestly don’t care what they are ‍♀️ But I was just curious if anyone had insight. I will say, the light grey is the only one of my hens laying so far and her eggs are a light brown. All my hens (I have 10) are 19 weeks.
Also, the dark one is a loner? She’s not picked on by the others at all, but she’s usually always off in her own corner hanging out by herself? Does anyone else have a loner chicken? I’m not new to chickens, but have NEVER had a loner?
 

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janiedoe

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Very pretty, both of them. I'm not familiar with sapphire olive eggers but I have loners. I have 2 right now. You'd think they'd hang together but no, they ignore everyone including each other. They seem to be happy and healthy, and they run for treats like the other hens. I've stopped worrying about it.
 

Leeha92

In the Brooder
Aug 17, 2019
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Very pretty, both of them. I'm not familiar with sapphire olive eggers but I have loners. I have 2 right now. You'd think they'd hang together but no, they ignore everyone including each other. They seem to be happy and healthy, and they run for treats like the other hens. I've stopped worrying about it.

Yeah she seems perfectly healthy and happy on her own, she’ll join them for treats or when I walk in the pen, she just prefers to be off and doing her own thing ‍♀️
 

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