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Tinted Egg Layers

A tinted egg layer may lay a blue, green, cream, pink or lavender eggs. Cream being the most common.


Ameraucanas
Loosely referred to as the "Easter Egg Chicken", our Araucanas/Ameraucanas lay beautiful colored eggs of blue-green shades from turquoise to pastel blue.  Our chicks have some Araucana and some Americana breeding mixed and consequently are not for show.

Faverolles

It is good sized with a beard, muff, feathered shanks, and 5th toe. The male is colored in straw, reddish brown and black; the female a creamy white and salmon brown. Baby chicks are creamy white with muff, fuzzy legs, and 5th toe.

Cream Legbars

One of Europes best kept secrets. These birds are smart, beautiful and friendly and lay blue eggs!

blue eggs
Whiting True Blue
A new breed for those looking for blue eggs,  Dr. Whiting developed a breed to lay a consistently blue egg.
dorking
Dorkings
This is a very old breed known even to the ancient Romans and introduced by them to Britain. Characteristics are the color combination of silvery white and black for males and white and ashy gray for females. Both sexes have a 5th toe, and a long body on short legs.
Whiting True Green
Dr. Tom Whiting, a poultry geneticist specializing in developing feathers for the fly-fishing industry, developed the Whiting True Green. The Whiting True Green is a hybrid breed that lays a large light green egg. Anyone looking for a bird with that can produce huge numbers of eggs and in an incredible color will be adding these to their wishlist. Hens are reddish to chesnut colored and on the light side. Averaging around 3.5 lbs these birds have an astounding feed to egg conversion. These would be an Olive Egger

Egyptian Fayoumis
These small, active, lovely chickens have been raised along the Nile River in Egypt for centuries, and even though quite common there, are practically unknown in this country.