Green egg layers (olive, avacado, mint, etc)

Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by Miriah132, Jun 22, 2018.

  1. Miriah132

    Miriah132 Chirping

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    Hey y’all! Can I see your green eggs and what crosses you used to get them?
     
  2. Kessel23

    Kessel23 Crowing

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  3. WhiteWyan

    WhiteWyan Songster

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    So I don't have a picture but my neighbor gets nice big dark olive eggs from her one hen.
    Mother was a black sex link.
    Father was a barnevelder/crested cream legbar cross.
     
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  4. The Phantom

    The Phantom I love birds!!!

    I have done a EE bantam with a buff brahma bantam. I have 2 hens, but they will not start laying for a while. I am excited to see what their eggs look like. :ya
     
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  5. HardyBlue7

    HardyBlue7 In the Brooder

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    I can’t wait to see what others share!
     
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    I couldn't find any Olive Eggers here so I decided to keep my accidental Welsummer cockerel and breed him with my four different Easter Egger pullets when they are fully mature. Next year I'll hopefully have some pics to share, haha....and who knows, maybe my EE's will lay green in the meantime.
     
  7. farmhouse rules

    farmhouse rules In the Brooder

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    I think my Easter Egger is an olive Egger. Not sure what the mix is but here is her first egg...
     

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  8. The Moonshiner

    The Moonshiner Professional Chicken Tender

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    An "olive" egg would be way darker green then that.
    That looks like an EE egg. Do you have a pic of the hen?
     

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