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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by ChickenLover200, May 6, 2016.
So, much like EE
There is one way you can but you'd have to look very carefully at them. If they have greenish tint legs that indicates they might be an Easter Egger, because they lay green eggs. This is what I heard, but it might not work with all of Easter eggers.
OEs have olive colored leggs too
Anyone have pics? If not, I'll post another tomorrow
Almost like if it doesn't look like any breed and has slate legs.
I find myself learning about breeds as I go
There was a time I thought only genetic lines for the industry existed...
Here's a picture:
Breed and gender.....might be really easy.
I second that....even though she looks off of the breed standard.
For reference: this is what buff orps are supposed to look like:
gorgeous buff orpintons hen that's a breed ID like to try...Are they Brown or white egg layers
X2 with everyone else. Buff orpingotn hen?