Day-Old Chicks: Blue Easter Egger
95% of Easter Eggers lay green-tinted eggs
3Very Limited Availability
6Very Limited Availability
Description:Exclusively ours! My Pet Chicken developed this new take on our all-time best-selling breed. The Blue Easter Egger designer cross breed is just that--a pretty, blue Easter Egger (you
won't get splash or black!), 95% of which will lay five or so green
eggs per week. The remaining 5% may lay a brown or pinkish-brown egg.
They'll look very similar to Blue Ameraucanas, pictured here. The recipe
is a secret, but we're sure you'll love this docile, pretty and
Easter Eggers are loved for their sweet personalities, hardiness in both the heat and cold, and for their large eggs in all different shades of green and blue (a small percentage even lay a light pinkish brown color!). This is why they've topped the best-seller list every single year since we started selling chicks in 2007.
We love EEs for the backyard flock because they don't tend to be aggressive with one another like some breeds can be (Rhode Island Reds,
we're looking at you!). They're also super friendly, active foragers,
and cold hardy. In their second year and beyond, Easter Eggers are known
to lay extra large
eggs. They rarely can go broody, but are not excessively so. Easter
Eggers are usually
bearded and tend to have slate or willow (blue or green) legs. They are
friendly, and favorites of children, who love their easygoing
personalities and to gather colored eggs.
Baby Chicks: Behind the Scenes
|* We can ship as few as three baby chicks! Our minimums are based on your zip code, and how
long the USPS tells us it will take for your order to arrive at your post office. The longer they tell us it
will take, the higher your minimum.
Find out your minimum chick order
* Any order of 15+ chicks ships via USPS Priority Mail service, and 3-14 chicks ship via USPS Express Mail.
Why we use the USPS
* We offer Marek's vaccinations on all standard (large fowl) chicks, and you'll have the opportunity to select that during the checkout process.
* Baby chicks have special needs including heat of about 95* the first week of life! Read more, here
* Breed photos may not be representative of the parent breeding stock.In some cases our photos are of winning exhibition lines of poultry. Unless noted otherwise, we do not source from exhibition lines, nor do we select for exhibition.