These were sold to me as Americaunas, ARE THEY?

Bedste

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rstampa

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Looks like an EE to me too. Sure is a beauty. I love the coloring.
Just a friendly note. There is no i in Amercaunas. A lot of people miss spell it.
 
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Bedste

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Thanks.... how can you tell the difference between Amercauna and EE

I know that Araucanas are rumpless.. These Amercaunas have beards and ear tuffs and 3 of them have green feet....

Please educate me......
 

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A lot of hatcheries and individuals sell "Easter Eggers" (EE's) as Ameraucanas. And it is frequently misspelled.
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This is a link to the Ameraucana Breeders Club. It might make it more clear in terms of defining the breed.

http://www.ameraucana.org/

There are many members of BYC who are far more knowledgeable about Ameraucanas than I.
I suspect you have EE's, which are pretty, good natured and productive egg layers.
 

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