Fibro Easter Eggers/Olive Eggers

Alex_Zurago

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Recently I have been looking at Fibro Easter Eggers and Fibro Olive Eggers to add the blue egg gene and fibro to a breeding project while still being bigger than a Cemani. Does anyone produce Fibro EE or Fibro Olive Eggers larger than Cemani?
 

LadiesAndJane

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Ayam Cemani are all black chickens with black skin like silkies. They are one of the fibromelanistic breeds.
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SixHix

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I know this is from 4 months ago but I am interested also. I would love to get my hands on some Ayamm Cerami/Easter Egger crosses as well. If anyone knows anyone who sells hatching eggs or day-old chicks of this kind of cross, let me know.
 

egg0

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Sep 11, 2015
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I'm not a breeder, not even an amateur, and know very little about breeding chickens. However I always wanted some Splash Fibro Easter Eggers that laid blue ish eggs, lol. This was 4 or 5 years ago with a predator setback here and there. But these are them! Really excited how they will turn out. Many have very black skin. My roos are splash and hens are either grey or splash but didnt have that strong of a fibro gene. I will probably also get some splash that are a bit washed out but it's alright. They have Cemani, Cream Legbar, Maran, and Ameraucanas genes in them. True backyard mutts, ahaha.
 

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nicalandia

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I'm not a breeder, not even an amateur, and know very little about breeding chickens. However I always wanted some Splash Fibro Easter Eggers that laid blue ish eggs, lol. This was 4 or 5 years ago with a predator setback here and there. But these are them! Really excited how they will turn out. Many have very black skin. My roos are splash and hens are either grey or splash but didnt have that strong of a fibro gene. I will probably also get some splash that are a bit washed out but it's alright. They have Cemani, Cream Legbar, Maran, and Ameraucanas genes in them. True backyard mutts, ahaha.
Impressive, thanks for sharing.

Post pics of the adult birds
 

Lauravonsmurf

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I'm not a breeder, not even an amateur, and know very little about breeding chickens. However I always wanted some Splash Fibro Easter Eggers that laid blue ish eggs, lol. This was 4 or 5 years ago with a predator setback here and there. But these are them! Really excited how they will turn out. Many have very black skin. My roos are splash and hens are either grey or splash but didnt have that strong of a fibro gene. I will probably also get some splash that are a bit washed out but it's alright. They have Cemani, Cream Legbar, Maran, and Ameraucanas genes in them. True backyard mutts, ahaha.
Nice, can’t wait to see how they mature
 

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