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Discussion in 'Buy Sell Auction - Archives' started by Roosterfry, Jan 27, 2011.
Does anyone where I can find these or does anyone have some? Thank ya'll so much!
There are no such thing as partridge Ameraucanas, but any purebred Ameraucana does lay only blue eggs.
I'll have some hatching eggs available in a few weeks.
I have a mixed color pen of Ameraucana's not Easter Eggers However,my Marans are bunking with them for another week or so some chicks right now would also hatch as Olive Eggers...I can do eggs now with that possibility and I'm hatching both or later with just the Ameraucana's(white black and wheaten) Wheaten and Blue Wheaten Roos so some will hatch out true Wheaten/Blue Wheaten
I also have a few of the Easter Eggers-aka what most call Ameraucana that are not hatchery stock in some unusual colors with a near wheaten Roo that will be available in a few weeks as well..all lay between blue and mint
Ameraucanas also lay a green egg. Not a good trait, but they do.
We breed black and lavender ameraucanas. We cull heavily from 200-400 chicks a year to keep only 6-10 hens a 1-2 roos.
We currently have Black hatching eggs, A list for Lavenders, and Black split Lavender eggs will be good in a week or two.
Please PM for more info
Quote:Maybe I was thinking about wheaten, I'm still new at this, I have a small flock of easter egger's that I ordered from cackle hatchery last year, and I'm suprisingly impressed with the large facial muffs, dark legs slate leggs, and pea combs and blue feathering. But mostly I'm just getting a drab olive egg that my wife doesn't really like. I have been getting one TRUE blue egg a few times a week. It has started a desire in me to get more! Ha I'm incubating everyone she lays, only problem she usually lays a double yolk, and I've heard those don't hatch well. I like wheaten as well and I would like for you to send me a friend request so I'll have ya'll's contact info.
Quote:Thank ya'll for the responses and pictures, I'm unfortunatley too familiar with the green egg, is anyone getting a egg that truely looks blue in natural light?
Is that blue enough? Don't have any "natural light" photos though. . . The closest is outdoors on a cloudy day
Blue eggs are the hardest things to take a good pic of.
Quote:That is so true!