Not Blue Wheaten. Not mix(EE). I want a pure wheaten for a reason. Am wanting to replace my Wellie roo(being he is the only Wellie in the whole flock) but the newbie has to be the same color. So with a wheaten Am roo over my girls, that will give me Ams, EE, & olive eggers as the offspring. I have a Blue Am, 2 EEs, 2BCMs, 2 white egg layers, one cream egg layer, and the rest lay tan eggs. Offspring will make a pretty bunch of eggs.