Which Ameraucana lays the bluest egg?

Which Ameraucana lays the bluest egg?

What Chicken Lays The Bluest Eggs? Araucana eggs are the bluest eggs known, and are caused by the oocyan gene. This breed evolved in Chile, and all other blue egg laying breeds are descended from Araucanas.

Are Ameraucanas good egg layers?

Ameraucana chickens are reliable egg layers that can be depended on to lay well throughout much of the year. While they do not lay as many eggs as some breeds that have been bred solely for egg production, they do produce consistently.

What breed of chickens lay pink eggs?

Chickens That Lay Pink Eggs: Commonly, species such as Light Sussex, Barred Rock, Mottled Javas, Australorp, Buff Orpington, Silkie, and Faverolle that lay crème colored eggs might also have a genetic variation that tints them pink. This also occurs with the Easter Egger chicken, as mentioned before.

What color eggs do Ameraucana chickens lay?

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Ameraucanas lay blue eggs. Other traits include a pea comb, white skin, full tails, muffs and beards (always together), and slate or black legs; they have no ear tufts. The APA recognizes these colors: Black, Blue, Blue Wheaten, Brown Red, Silver, Wheaten and White.

How much are Ameraucana roosters worth?

Ameraucanas

Item # Description 100+
ARAC Male 100+ $2.05
ARAP Female 100+ $3.49
ARAS Unsexed 100+ $2.73

Are Ameraucanas cold hardy?

Well known for its unique blue eggs, the Ameraucana is also extremely cold hardy. Ameraucanas have small pea combs and come in 8 recognized colors: black, blue, wheaten, blue wheaten, red-brown, buff, white and silver.

What is the purpose of the Ameraucana breeders club?

The purpose of the Ameraucana Breeders Club is to encourage the continued improvement of Ameraucana bantams and large fowl through breeding, exhibition, and dissemination of relevant information. News Flash! Check here for News and Upcoming Events

What is the Ameraucana Directory?

Our Ameraucana Directory is a list of our Alliance club members who offer Ameraucana hatching eggs, day-old chicks and/or adult birds for sale. These members generally do not have eggs, chicks, and adult birds available year round. The Alliance cannot attest to the quality of the product you may receive and does not make endorsements.

What color eggs can I breed with Ameraucana?

The APA and ABA Standards call for a blue egg, but there is a lot of room in that description, with acceptable colors varying from very pale blue to deep blue, and nearly white to a blue egg with a slight green tinge. Brown, tan, or cream-colored eggs, however, should never be accepted in your Ameraucana breeding pens.

Who exhibits large fowl splash at Ameraucana breeders club?

Ameraucana Breeders Club The second prequalifying meet for large fowl splash was a success! The ABC would like to thank Sara Church, Chris Cross, Jennifer Thurber, Max Strawn, Paul & Angela Smith and Lindsay Helton for exhibiting large fowl splash!