Yes! Our Olive Eggers and hatching eggs are considered an F1 hybrid. If you breed the offspring, they will be considered an F2 Oliver Egger. Their feather patterns will likely not look the same, but often their eggs are darker olive than that of their parents.
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- Black Split to Lavender Genetics
- If I Cross Olive Eggers, Will Their Offspring Be Olive Eggers?
- What is a Heritage Breed chicken?
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- How to trim the crest of a chicken
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