Ameraucana hatching eggs and chicks are not available for 2021
Ameraucana chickens are layers and will not grow as fast as dual-purpose breeds. We have been breeding Ameraucana chickens since 2013. Our stock is a combination of six unrelated lines from AB, BC and SK. In 2017 we added a new line of blue, black and splash to our existing BBS Ameraucana stock. We also brought in our white Ameraucana and we added new stock to our Wheaten/Blue Wheaten line for our ongoing breeding program.
We love the muffs, personalities, grey/blue slate legs and blue eggs of this breed. Our Ameraucana stock has slowly improved from one generation to the next and so has our hens egg size. Most of them now lay large size eggs. We always chose the best blue eggs to incubate or ship.
Currently, the APA recognizes colour varieties in black, blue, blue wheaten, brown red, buff, silver, wheaten, and white. The Ameraucana was developed in the United States in the 1970’s from Araucana chickens brought in from Chile. Ameraucana traits include full tails, muffs, beards, and slate or black legs depending on the variety. They have pea combs and lay blue shelled eggs. They are easy keepers, alert foragers and nice layers of about 250 blue eggs a year. Ameraucana breeders find that these birds do well in our extreme Canadian winters due to their hardiness and pea combs. Egg production: 250 per year Standard APA Weights: Rooster 6.5 lbs, Hen – 5.5 lbs, Cockerel -5.5 lbs, Pullet – 4.5 lbs.
2020 Winter Feather Fancier Show
Best in Variety/Best in Breed- Black Ameraucana Hen
50th Feather Fancier Show 2019
White Ameraucana Cockerel-Champion AOSB
Best in Breed/Best in Variety
Winter Feather Fancier Show 2017
Blue Ameraucana Cockerel: Champion AOSB, Best in Variety/Best in Breed
Blue Ameraucana Pullet: Reserve in Breed
Fall Featherfest 2016: Splash Ameraucana Pullet- Best in Variety
Fall Featherfest 2015: Blue Wheaten Ameraucana Pullet -1st place
Blue and Splash Ameraucana
Black Ameraucana, White Ameraucana and Wheaten Ameraucana
Splash, Blue and Blue Wheaten Ameraucana Chicks