Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Tips from Our Junior Blogger: Easter Egger Chickens


Tuesday's Tip From Our Junior Blogger
Chicken tending tips straight from the mouth of a Kindergartener!


Easter Egger Chicken

The Easter Egger chicken is brown and black and lays blueish/greenish eggs. Some Easter Eggers lay pink or brown eggs. Easter Eggers have small combs, wattles and ears. Sometimes they have a beard, but ours doesn't have one.  She is very quiet, but makes a soft sound when she comes up to us or when we hold her.   Lots of things scare her like loud sounds or when we move really fast.  She likes to fly over fences.





Not sure of the difference between an Easter Egger or an Ameraucana?  Read here for The Junior Blogger's blog post that explains the two difference breeds.








2 comments:

  1. I'm not sure I would want them flying over the fence, but I love the sound they make.

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    1. Yes, her flying over the fence is sometimes frustrating!

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