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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by KatyTheChickenLady, Dec 5, 2009.
LUCY my EE... she went from this
to This....I love my Lucy she's the best!!!!
Mr. Big is a big ole' honking boy! a beauty, too!
And yes, he looks like a fine example of an EE.
the comb is right
the coloring is good (wheaten? which I just love)
the posture and the arch of his neck are right for an EE
One of my EE's has gone broody and boy is she mean: she growls at any chicken that comes near her and she was pecking at me when I tried to see how many eggs she had! Now I just need to mark those eggs and let her cook'em! LOL!!
Quote:Thanks you I thought so
I found some older pictures of one of my EEs and thought I'd share...
This is her mama:
No beard, muff-free, pea comb and a beautiful green egg layer. I lost her to a hawk.
This is her as chick (she's on the left):
I'm pretty sure daddy was a Speckled Sussex.
This is her all grown up:
No beard, muff-free, pea comb and doesn't even really look like a typical EE, but she lays very pretty green eggs.
Quote:Lucy is adorable! I have just one ee. She is such an interesting hen. Follows me all over.
Quote:Lucy is beautiful! I have just one EE also. She is a real pal, follows me all over & gets into everything!
I got my first EE eggs today and yesterday 1 green and one blue!!Totally not expecting blue from hatchery EEs. I'm surprised at how big they are my other hens first eggs have been small!
Janis is the lighter one, darker is Honey