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Discussion in 'General breed discussions & FAQ' started by adobechicks, Mar 3, 2012.
is this really just the color of the eggs??? or does it have more meaning?
It is just the color of the eggs. No deeper meaning.
It is a bird who lays olive colored eggs yes but most importantly and lately least understood is that it is a bird who originated from a cross of a DARK brown egg layer and a blue or green egg layer. They could have either been the direct parents or grandparents or whatever, but, that's how the Olive Egger is originally created.