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Olive Eggers

The Olive Egger chicken is a hybrid breed that has gained popularity among poultry enthusiasts for its unique egg colour and diverse lineage. Olive Eggers are not recognised as a standardised breed by poultry associations like the American Poultry Association (APA) but rather as a crossbreed that produces eggs of distinctive colours. These chickens are the result of carefully planned crosses between specific breeds known for their egg-laying abilities and eggshell pigmentation.

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Crested Cream Legbar

The Cream Legbar chicken is a unique and popular breed known for its striking appearance, friendly disposition, and distinctive blue/green eggs. Developed in the early 20th century in Britain, the Cream Legbar is the result of careful crossbreeding between the Leghorn, Barred Plymouth Rock, and Araucana chickens. This breed was primarily created to produce a chicken with excellent egg-laying capabilities and appealing aesthetics.

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The Araucana chicken traces its roots back to the indigenous Mapuche people of Chile, who first domesticated these birds centuries ago. Introduced to the wider world in the mid-20th century, Araucanas quickly captivated poultry fanciers with their striking features and remarkable blue-green eggs. They were officially recognized as a distinct breed by poultry associations in various countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom.

Blue and Black Copper Marans

Step into the world of poultry elegance with the Blue and Black Copper Marans Chicken, a breed renowned for its breath taking beauty and exceptional egg quality. Originating from the Marans region of France, these chickens captivate with their striking plumage, which ranges from deep, lustrous black to vibrant blue hues. Not only are they visually stunning, but Blue and Black Copper Marans also lay eggs of exquisite dark chocolate brown, adding a touch of luxury to any egg basket. With their friendly demeanour and resilient nature, these birds are not only a delight to behold but also wonderful companions

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