These chicks will be 1-5 weeks old and will still need access to some sort of heat source to warm up until they are fully feathered.
Easter Eggers are not a breed per-se, but a variety of chicken that does not conform to any breed standard but lays large to extra large eggs that vary in shade from blue to green to olive to aqua and sometimes even pinkish. Easter Eggers vary widely in color and conformation, and are exceptionally friendly and hardy. Since they are usually quite friendly to children and humans in general, they are a great choice for a family flock. Most hatcheries mistakenly label their Easter Eggers as Ameraucanas or Araucanas (or various misspellings thereof). True Ameraucanas and Araucanas are currently only available through breeders. Easter Eggers do not qualify to be shown, since they do not conform to a breed standard.
We believe that every flock should have at least one Easter Egger in it!
They mature at 23 weeks and produce 225-275 various colored eggs per year!