Ideas for what color eggs?

Beaconhoodchicken

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Got these chickens from a local farm, they are mixes but I can definitely see some dominant breeds here. They are just about ten weeks old. Probably won’t start laying for a few months but I’m curious as to whether I might get some colored eggs.
All these girls have unusually colored legs (olive green or dark brown). The gray one is getting some feathers coming in on her legs as well.
 

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Vickischics

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Got these chickens from a local farm, they are mixes but I can definitely see some dominant breeds here. They are just about ten weeks old. Probably won’t start laying for a few months but I’m curious as to whether I might get some colored eggs.
All these girls have unusually colored legs (olive green or dark brown). The gray one is getting some feathers coming in on her legs as well.
Perhaps this chart will help you answer your question.
 

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Agree with above, but they do appear to be Easter Eggers in many aspects. I guess you’ll have to just wait and see and be surprised!😊
 

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