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Easter-Egger hybrid chicken

Day-Old Chicks: Easter Egger

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Baby chicks know where to go if things get scary. That's right - straight under mama's protective wings! Mother hens are every bit as fierce in guarding their babies as any mother grizzly.

Heat Hardy-Easter Egger Bantam

Backyard Chicken Product: Day-Old Baby Chicks - Easter Egger Bantam - from My Pet Chicken - Please note that while they chiefly lay blue or green eggs, they may (rarely) lay any egg color, including tinted, white, brown or even pinkish eggs.

Easter Eggers (descendant of Araucanas or Ameraucanas.  Large eggs, usually colored, this one light buff w/almost bluish tint, not good layer in winter.  Comes in an infinite variety of feather colors.  Pea combs & wattles either small or non-existent.

Easter Egger- (Americana) lay 4 XL eggs/week and can be either blue, green, or even pink! (each hen will only lay one color) They are described as fun in temperament, good pets, cold hardy.

Rhode Island Red

Day-Old Chicks: Black Copper Marans

Many times people confuse Easter Eggers with Ameraucanas and Ameraucanas with Aracaunas. It's not...

Have you ever wondered how chickens lay different colored eggs? We tell you which are the breeds of chickens that lay blue eggs. And pink. And chocolate!