With your help, we hope to raise capital for upgrading and purchasing the equipment necessary to harvest maple sap and evaporate it into the delicious and all natural syrup that completes stacks of flapjacks... Consider helping us?
FYI, hatching Americana eggs have like a 25% mortality rate due to the gene that causes them the be tufted (http://www.mypetchicken.com/backyard-chickens/chicken-help/What-breed-do-you-cross-Ameraucanas-with-to-get-H130.aspx). I did however have one blue egg from my own laying flock that ended up under a broody hen and it hatched! The chick had cheek tufts but no beard and had a rump vs being rumpless. I was surprised it hatched!
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