For Sale-Local Only - 16 month old, PURE BRED, Black/Lavender Split Ameraucana Rooster.  He was purchased 1 year ago at the age of 4 months from a fellow local member of BYC.  He has been our flocks' rooster for the past year and free ranges on our 5 acres of land with our 10 hens of various breeds.  My chickens are put in their coop/run and locked up every evening, and he makes sure his "girls" are all first, and follows last.  He is gentle, and has been handled by me and my family with no…

For Sale-Local Only - 16 month old, PURE BRED, Black/Lavender Split Ameraucana Rooster. He was purchased 1 year ago at the age of 4 months from a fellow local member of BYC. He has been our flocks' rooster for the past year and free ranges on our 5 acres of land with our 10 hens of various breeds. My chickens are put in their coop/run and locked up every evening, and he makes sure his "girls" are all first, and follows last. He is gentle, and has been handled by me and my family with no…

Blue Wheaten Ameraucana Rooster

Wheaten and Blue Wheaten are two of the very few colors of Ameraucanas that you can interbreed and still get the same colored purebred babies.

AMERAUCANA ROOSTER SQUARE  Machine Embroidery by AzEmbroideryBarn, $63.95

This wonderfully-detailed Ameraucana rooster, with Americana-style border, is perfect for wall-hangings and framed art.

My white Ameraucana rooster shows off his form while standing on a hardwood log. He's not overly fond of walking around in the snow, but instead prefers to fly from bare spot to bare spot.

White Ameraucana rooster shows off his form while standing on a hardwood log. He's not overly fond of walking around in the snow, but instead prefers to fly from bare spot to bare spot.

Blue Ameraucana. The Ameraucana breed was derived from blue egg laying chickens, but they do not have the breeding problems inherent to Araucanas. ... They lay eggs in shades of blue, and even have blue (or "slate") legs.

The Ameraucana breed was derived from blue egg laying chickens, but they do not have the breeding problems inherent to Araucanas. They lay eggs in shades of blue, and even have blue (or "slate") legs.

Lemon Blue Ameraucana Rooster

I have a Lemon Blue Ameraucana Rooster, he is very gentle. I do not want to get rid of him but I am replacing him with a Blue Wheaten Rooster, thus you.

My little Ellie Mae is an Americana, like this chicken.  We should be getting some blue eggs very soon.

Chicken Pics: Photos of Popular Chicken Breeds (and all things Chicken!): Ameraucana Chickens (The Easter Egg Chickens)

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