Possible ameraucana

mozzar_ELLA

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I’m pretty sure Lady Bawkington is an ameraucana but since I’m eyeballing google images does anyone with more experience want to chime in?
 

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Rhodebar Lover

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It depends on the Easter Egger. Many are derived from them, but don't have the characteristics of a pure bred. For example, she has green-ish legs from a yellow skinned bird mixed in, while Ameraucanas have slate. She also is a non-standardized color. Unless you're specifically seeking out pure Ameraucanas, you probably have an Easter Egger
 

mozzar_ELLA

Chirping
May 27, 2020
50
58
76
Elk Grove,CA
It depends on the Easter Egger. Many are derived from them, but don't have the characteristics of a pure bred. For example, she has green-ish legs from a yellow skinned bird mixed in, while Ameraucanas have slate. She also is a non-standardized color. Unless you're specifically seeking out pure Ameraucanas, you probably have an Easter Egger
I bought from a local farm that was calling them pure ameraucanas but Easter egger or ameraucana doesn’t really matter to me as long as they can stand the heat here. Which is why I bought local. I figured if they were breed here they’d be more likely to be ok on 102 days.
 

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