One thing has lead to another... I recent fell in love with my blue olive-eggers (courtesy of onthespot) which are from black copper marans hens covered by a splash ameracauna roo... AND ... I have an order of excellent quality wheaten ameracauna chicks coming in April (from John Blehm). YIPPEE! (Thanks for including me, SunnyDawn!) They will lay a true blue egg. So I got to wondering... What are the fun breeding crosses that could originate from a wheaten ameracauna roo/hen? I'm just a chicken lover... a relative newby by many folk's standards... and not a genetics whiz... What creative things are folks working on? Is there something fun I can do - cross for feathering changes or egg color? These wheatens are perfection in and of themselves... don't need to be improved... I just know that I am going to be as addicted to them as I am to LF cochins! Thanks!