Sapphire

Sapphires are fantastic layers of large to extra large blue eggs.

​ We have adopted the UK name for this unique cross.  A sapphire gets its blue eggs from a Cream Legbar parent and its fantastic laying ability from a White Leghorn parent.  Most are predominantly white with a crest. Chicks are yellow with black flecks, showing where they will have a black feather when they are grown.  We find them to be a very hardy cross.

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$6.75

One day-old Sapphire chick, straight run. Female chicks (pullets) will lay large to extra large blue eggs.  These are a high demand popular hybrid breed!

$2.25

One first generation Sapphire hatching egg.  Egg will be white from the Leghorn hen but carry a blue egg gene from it's Cream Legbar rooster father.  Female chicks (pullets) that hatch will lay large to extra large blue eggs.  These are a high demand popular hybrid breed!

$24.00

One dozen (12) first generation Sapphire hatching eggs.  Egg will be white from the Leghorn hen but carry a blue egg gene from it's Cream Legbar rooster father.  Female chicks (pullets) that hatch will lay large to extra large blue eggs.  These are a high demand popular hybrid breed!

Center egg is an example of egg color laid by these first generation Sapphire hens.