Now I'm worried.... Are these ones Americanas?

mamahen09

In the Brooder
10 Years
May 7, 2009
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These 3 will also be 4 weeks old Thursday. Please tell me, they are Americanas. Also, their little legs are gray...in the pics they look green. Pictures enclosed

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redroosta

Flown the Coop
10 Years
May 29, 2009
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EE's sorry but, yeah

I'm not sure so hopefully someone with more experience will help you out.
 

ChickieKeeta

C'mon C'mere Fluffa Feathers
12 Years
Feb 16, 2009
402
13
216
Cumberland County NJ
I bought my EE's at a feed store. They were sold as "Araucanas." They come pretty close to Ameraucanas.
I have searched the internet and found info here at BYC.
I must say "I LOVE MY EE's!"

From what I have read EE's are more colorful (or come in
a lot of colors.) I read that EE'S lay more eggs than true Ameraucnas. I can't swear that is correct but mine lay
nearly everyday. They are friendly & sweet.

Some folks don't know the difference between EE & Ameraucna or even know there is a difference. Sometimes it is not dishonesty so much as the seller is unaware of the facts. I thought mine were Ameraucana. Now I realize they are most likely EEs.
 

danielbrown

Songster
10 Years
Feb 27, 2009
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Spartanburg, sc
Quote:
Yep.
If you're in wondering if its an Ameraucana or EE it's probably an EE.
EE are way more common than pure Ameraucana and those with pure Ameraucana usually know what they have.
 

Cloverleaf Farm

Bearded Birds are Best
11 Years
Sep 16, 2008
10,368
138
328
Levan, UT
EE's...feed stores almost always sell ee's as "aracaunas"...that's how they sold me mine, but I knew what I was getting, and I wanted ee's...they are EXCELLENT layers!!
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