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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by navychick, Sep 28, 2011.
Is there any correlation between the color of an Easter Egger and the color eggs they lay?
It seems that blue wheaton Ameraucanas are more likely to lay a good blue egg than other colors. I have no idea WHY this would be so, but that's what I've heard.
Quote:All purebred Ameraucanas should lay a good blue egg
Easter Eggers, no, no correlation.
I have four of my EEs that look identical, down to the comb. One lays a khaki green, two lay blue, and one lays that pinkish shade of brown. So no, feathers aren't related to egg color.
MIne haven't begun to lay yet, so now I'm really curious! I have a beautiful 'blue', a dark black and brown hen and a white speckeled EE. Can't wait to see those pretty eggs. My Bluegirl is really tall. My husband keeps hoping she's a rooster because she is so large and gorgeous. But I don't see any saddle feathers so I guess she has just turned out to be a big girl. They are 18 weeks old, so hopefully we'll start seeing colored eggs soon.