help with breed identification possibly a wheaten Ameraucana?

ekopapers

In the Brooder
5 Years
Jul 12, 2014
11
0
24
Howard County Maryland
I was leaning towards easter egger but hoping she was a wheaten :/ oh well I love my other easter eggers :) thanks for the replies. mostly what is throwing me from not being an ee is that she was a solid yellow chick, all my other ee have looked like little chipmunks when they were little
 
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Michael OShay

Crowing
5 Years
May 14, 2014
25,581
2,437
438
Montana
I was leaning towards easter egger but hoping she was a wheaten :/ oh well I love my other easter eggers :) thanks for the replies. mostly what is throwing me from not being an ee is that she was a solid yellow chick, all my other ee have looked like little chipmunks when they were little

You're welcome. Because EEs are hybrids produced by crossing blue egg layers with brown egg layers there can be a great deal of variation in their appearance depending on which breeds were used in the crosses and the particular genetics involved.
 

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