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BrianT

Songster
9 Years
May 15, 2010
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...to answer this. Are the offspring of an easter egger and any other variety of chicken always considered easter eggers from that point going forward?
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Thanks in advance for any input.
 

KellyHM

Crowing
11 Years
Sep 10, 2008
7,097
45
289
Lakeland, FL
It depends on who you ask b/c everyone has a different opinion about what makes an easter egger. To me, personally, an EE is any bird that lays a blue/green egg (or a roo that hatches from one), usually with a pea comb and muffs. Some people call birds with pea combs and muffs EEs even if they lay pink/brown eggs, but I don't count those. But, like I said, everyone has a different opinion.
 

Pele

Songster
8 Years
Feb 25, 2011
4,392
145
243
Boise
I agree. It's completely up to opinion since EEs tend to be mixed anyways. I would call a bird an EE if it had green legs and a muff. I'd call it #$^*#& if it laid brown eggs instead of green, because thats what I want out of my EEs!
 

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