The True Truth: How to tell an Easter Egger from an Ameraucana. Even if you think you have an Ameraucana, do check!

Have you ever gotten a pure Ameraucana from a feed store? If so, share pics!

  • Yes, many!

    Votes: 2 2.3%
  • I have one that has all the traits to be pure....

    Votes: 7 8.0%
  • I’m not sure? (Share some pics and I can tell you!)

    Votes: 12 13.6%
  • No, but I hope so.

    Votes: 15 17.0%
  • No, and I know I never will! :)

    Votes: 28 31.8%
  • Bought from feed store as Americanas. (These are EEs, then.)

    Votes: 19 21.6%
  • Bought from a breeder who lied

    Votes: 8 9.1%
  • Bought from a breeder and they’re pure!

    Votes: 13 14.8%

  • Total voters
    88

SerrarGett

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Oct 22, 2020
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Here are some from the web.
Almost all EE roos have patchy patterns, with red-orange splashes on their shoulders.
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Thank you! My roosters are still young, and I'd like to believe their Ameraucanas. They have the pea comb, blue legs, and solid coloring. Even if they aren't, they should be mostly Ameraucana, right? That would be really cool, considering I found them in a canal. A canal may be better than a feed store when it comes to finding purebred Ameraucanas! :lol:
 

TheOddOneOut

Free Ranging
Feb 15, 2020
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With my birds
Thank you! My roosters are still young, and I'd like to believe their Ameraucanas. They have the pea comb, blue legs, and solid coloring. Even if they aren't, they should be mostly Ameraucana, right? That would be really cool, considering I found them in a canal. A canal may be better than a feed store when it comes to finding purebred Ameraucanas! :lol:
Pics would help! They sound pure.
 

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