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A Charmed Life: Itching to Hatch Chicks--Want Your Own Olive Eggers or French Coppered Black Marans?

A Charmed Life: Itching to Hatch Chicks--Want Your Own Olive Eggers or French Coppered Black Marans?

automatic waterer; never thought to user a cooler! Has a well fitting lid that's easy to open and close to keep debris out as well as keeping the water a good temp longer

automatic waterer; never thought to user a cooler! Has a well fitting lid that's easy to open and close to keep debris out as well as keeping the water a good temp longer

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J'aime leur couleur. Les verts et bleus appartiennent aux poules Aracaunas ou Americaunas. Les marrons foncés pondus par les Marans ou les Welsummers. Les autres oeufs marrons sont évidemment aux dusty rose. pretty together. Who needs dye?!

Chicken Scratch Poultry - Olive Egger Dark Green Egg Layer. A cross between the Black Copper Maran and the Ameruacana.

Chicken Scratch Poultry - Olive Egger Dark Green Egg Layer. A cross between the Black Copper Maran and the Ameruacana.

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My easter eggs :) Au natural eggs are from my "rest and retirement" hens.  I adore all the colors! Clockwise: Mottled Java, Easter Egger, Black Sex Link, Buff Orpington, and an Olive Egger. chickens

My easter eggs :) Au natural eggs are from my "rest and retirement" hens. I adore all the colors! Clockwise: Mottled Java, Easter Egger, Black Sex Link, Buff Orpington, and an Olive Egger. chickens

Olive Egger is a cross bred bird - most often the result of a dark brown egg bird (like a Marans) crossed with a blue egg bird (such as an Ameraucana). The laying hens may not look like a distinctive breed, but their eggs will be olive green.

Olive Egger is a cross bred bird - most often the result of a dark brown egg bird (like a Marans) crossed with a blue egg bird (such as an Ameraucana). The laying hens may not look like a distinctive breed, but their eggs will be olive green.

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