Fertilized eggs?

Wizer7

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So a few of the eggs we’ve cracked lately have looked fertilized to me. They have a slight bullseye. We have 6 chickens that all appear (and a few others agree) to be hens. 3 or possibly all 4 of my Orpingtons are laying and the two Americaunas are not laying yet (6.5 months old). Both of them appear to be hens. No crowing from anyone yet. Attached is pics of the eggs and the two Americaunas. Thanks!
 

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humblehillsfarm

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I am not an expert on this so I don't know, but your white and grey Ameracauna looks a lot like my EE!
EEs usually have the same traits as Ameraucanas, just not sold as any specific color. Hers were probably sold as Blue Ameraucanas which can come as blue black or splash, if I had to guess.

So a few of the eggs we’ve cracked lately have looked fertilized to me. They have a slight bullseye. We have 6 chickens that all appear (and a few others agree) to be hens. 3 or possibly all 4 of my Orpingtons are laying and the two Americaunas are not laying yet (6.5 months old). Both of them appear to be hens. No crowing from anyone yet. Attached is pics of the eggs and the two Americaunas. Thanks!
Hmmmm they do look like they have a bullseye!
 

Wizer7

In the Brooder
Oct 11, 2020
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I am not an expert on this so I don't know, but your white and grey Ameracauna looks a lot like my EE!
EEs usually have the same traits as Ameraucanas, just not sold as any specific color. Hers were probably sold as Blue Ameraucanas which can come as blue black or splash, if I had to guess.


Hmmmm they do look like they have a bullseye!
They were sold as EE. I just found pics showing them as Americauna. Either way they both look like hens!
 

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