Easter Egger Bantam Chickens

Known as “The Easter Egg Breed” – Ameraucana Bantam Chickens

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Description

The festive and lively Ameraucana Bantam, sometimes called the Arauacana is very popular for its distinctive appearance and its unique eggs which are colored bright blue, green, turquoise, and deep olive. Many people refer to the Ameraucana Chicken as the “Easter Egg Breed” because the eggs look as if they have been dyed the bright pastel hues of Easter. The bantam variety of the Easter Egger Chicken is a great option for those who wish to raise this fun blue/green egg layer, but don’t have room for standards or just enjoy raising Banties!

Also, Ameraucana Bantam Chickens have exciting appearances, from the chick stage all the way through maturity. They have beards around their beaks and muffs on their heads, making them one of the most distinctive breeds of chickens available. These facial features give them an appearance similar to a chipmunk and are extremely cute in the bantam sizes. Araucana Chickens are normally bred to be excellent egg layers.

The Araucana Bantam Chickens are great layers of small bantam sized blue/green eggs. They are a particularly hardy bantam breed and a great choice for the backyard chicken farmer of any experience level. If you are looking for a fun breed that will be the subject of much conversation and enjoyment, the Ameracauna Chicken is for you. Our Easter Egger Chickens are bred specifically to be excellent egg layers of the blueish green eggs. In addition to substantial egg production, their hardiness and robustness allow them to be quite adaptable to a wide variety of environments. This makes them a go-to breed for people looking to raise exciting birds at all levels of breeding skill.

Though we do breed and sell a “mixed color” variety of Ameraucana, it is possible you will get a solid or recognized color variety that can compete in poultry shows. If you are looking for a fun breed that will be the subject of much conversation and enjoyment, the Ameracauna Chicken is for you.