Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucana eggs- At a low BIN price!

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  1. pasofinofarm

    pasofinofarm NONESUCH FARM CONROE TX

    Mar 22, 2007
    Near Houston, TX
    Hatching eggs- one of life's little miracles! This auction is for 1 dozen Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucana eggs laid today to ship tomorrow. Will have another dozen to ship Wednesday! The girls are laying up a storm so if you want this price you can PM for paypal information and do not have to bid here.

    I have been raising Wheaten/Blue Wheaten Ameraucanas for eight years. The flock we are working with currently are very solid birds with correct slate legs, pea combs, very full muffs and beards and produces birds that are suitable for exhibition. This flock also has exceptional health and vigor and very good egg color. I am breeding for longevity of my hens and these hens are 4-5 years old. Many flocks of Ameraucanas experience spent hens at age 2-3 so we are very encouraged that these girls are still productive.

    Let's talk for a minute about egg color. Pullet eggs are the most blue but as a hen matures her eggs will be lighter. Also eggs laid early in a laying cycle after a molt or winter rest will be a deeper blue. While my girls eggs may not be as blue today as some others they do carry the genetics for very blue eggs. So the eggs you will see from your pullets should be very nice. Also the BIRDS that come from these eggs should be very correct.

    We are TPIP certified and all of our birds are well cared for with clean housing and an excellent diet. Many BYCers have been to the farm and each one has been impressed with our flocks and our farm.

    For more information about our chickens and our farm visit us at www.nonesuchfarm.net or for more eye candy visit our photobucket here: http://s150.photobucket.com/albums/s112/pasofinofarm/chickens/?albumview=slideshow

    breed is accepted by the APA and is eligible to participate in their poultry shows. There is still much confusion surrounding the Ameraucana breed and hatcheries sell chickens labeled "Ameraucanas" that are not up to breed standards and not to be shown. Although there is a place for these Easter Egger chickens many people are disappointed when they find that the birds they have invested in are not what they expected. Be assured that our birds are quality Ameraucanas that meet the Standard.

    Due to the time sensitive nature of hatching eggs this is a paypal only auction and is first come first served. If you would like to reserve eggs in the future please PM now.




    The lavender egg is for contrast only:

  2. mamawolf544

    mamawolf544 Unbreakable Heart

    Apr 29, 2009
    alvarado, Tx
    Here are my 7 chicks I hatched last week from you, a couple of them are hiding.
  3. pasofinofarm

    pasofinofarm NONESUCH FARM CONROE TX

    Mar 22, 2007
    Near Houston, TX
    OH... my grandchickies!!!![​IMG]
  4. Knittycat

    Knittycat Songster

    Feb 25, 2011
    Bay City, TX
    Oooooo! So pretty! I've got my chickens for this year...but maybe next year (when I talk Mr into a bigger coop [​IMG] )
  5. mahalo4

    mahalo4 Songster

    Jun 16, 2009
    What is the difference from the Yellow & the White?
  6. yotetrapper

    yotetrapper Songster

    May 3, 2007
    North Central MS
    Do you have Meredith birds in your line, or is your line a totally different line?
  7. Mahonri

    Mahonri Urban Desert Chicken Enthusiast

    May 14, 2008
    North Phoenix
    My Coop
    Pretty much all Ameraucanas end up coming from Wayne, but I believe hers came from Paul Smith.

    But it must be noted that she has really made these a FANTASTIC line all on her own. Big Birds, Big Blue Eggs and gorgeous coloring and conformation.

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