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One dozen (12) blue/black copper Marans hatching eggs. Small chance of hatching a splash Copper Marans chick. Marans are a large dual purpose breed, with feathered legs and a brown-red plumage pattern. They lay a large, dark terra cotta/chocolate colored egg.
One dozen (12) Cream Legbar hatching eggs. Cream Legbars are a beautiful breed that lay a sky-blue egg. They are also autosexing- meaning their chicks are sexable at hatch. The down color is markedly different between the male chicks and the female chicks. They are classed as light fowl, kept more for their egg-laying capacity and egg color than meat production.
One dozen (12) East Frisian Gull hatching eggs. Chick will be gold, silver, or lemon. Frisian Gulls are excellent layers of medium to large white to cream eggs. Chick markings resemble seagull chicks which may be part of the reason for their name. One caution- these birds are EXCELLENT fliers and need either a safely contained area or a trimmed wing to keep them cooped. However, they are also excellent foragers and well able to take care of themselves.
One dozen (12) first generation Easter Egger eggs- Eggs will be brown but chicks will carry blue egg gene from father and females will lay green eggs. Easter Eggers are a popular hybrid due to the colorful eggs and also because they tend to be friendly chickens and excellent layers.
One dozen (12) Jubilee Orpington hatching eggs. When grown Jubilee Orpingtons lay a large light to medium brown egg. They are a very large bird, and are considered dual purpose. This means they are slow growing, taking much longer to reach their full size than similarly aged smaller, lighter breeds. But their showy markings make them stand out in any flock!
One dozen (12) langshan hatching eggs. Eggs will hatch blue or black Langshan, small possibility of splash. These are magnificent and huge birds, with extremely calm and mild temperament. Easily one of our favorite breeds. They lay a medium to large brown or pinkish brown egg. As with most dual purpose breeds they are not fantastic layers, but we feel their personality makes up for it in a big way.
One dozen (12) Mottled Orpington hatching eggs. When grown Mottled Orpingtons lay a large light to medium brown egg. They are a very large bird, and are considered dual purpose. This means they are slow growing, taking much longer to reach their full size than similarly aged smaller, lighter breeds. But their showy markings make them stand out in any flock!
One dozen (12) first generation olive egger hatching eggs- these eggs are dark brown from their Marans mother but carry the blue egg gene from the Cream Legbar father. Female chicks that hatch will lay olive green eggs. Chicks will grow up to be barred and crested.
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!