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Olive Egger Chicken
Country of Origin: United States
Bird Size: 6-8lbs
Primary Use: Dual Purpose
Egg Production: Excellent
Egg Size: Extra Large
Egg Color: Green
Temperament: Docile, Indifferent
Hardiness: All Temps
Type of Environment: Any Range
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Olive Eggers are an exciting mix of chickens that typically lay various shades of green colored eggs. You can have the same eggs Dr Seuss writes about in Green Eggs and Ham!
Olive Eggers are created by crossing a dark brown egg layer with a blue egg layer. They can come in all shapes, sizes. Some may have puffy cheeks, some feathered legs, or both – who knows!? Our Olive Eggers are created by crossing some of our foundation stock of Black Copper Marans, F1 Olive Eggers, Easter Eggers and Ameraucanas. They are excellent egg layers and can go broody. They can free range or do great in a run or yard setup. They are in the middle of the flock hierarchy. We have some pictures of our current egg colorings (seafoam green to olive green). We love the beauty of these birds, egg size, color and look. Great addition to your homestead, farm, yard. If not sure what chicken to pick this one is for you. Their personalities can vary.
They are a hardy bird and can adapt to all climates and areas. Really a great all around bird for any situation, climate, confinement or free range. They are great producers of eggs and some of our birds are so large could be suitable for a table bird. Vaccinated for Marek’s Disease and Non-GMO.
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Pre-ordered adults and hatchlings may be picked up by appointment. To safeguard our birds from exposure to disease brought in by visitors, in accordance with the provisions of the National Poultry Improvement Plan, areas where birds are kept are off limits. However you are welcome to look at all the breeds and interactions, it is a site to see.