Eggs

Silverudd's Blues lay a spectacular spectrum of greens. Photo credit: Hope Song
Silverudd's Blues lay a spectacular spectrum of greens. Photo credit: Hope Song
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Silverudd's Blues are known to lay through extreme heat and cold. Photo credit: Lisa Creekmur
Silverudd's Blues are known to lay through extreme heat and cold. Photo credit: Lisa Creekmur
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Some Silverudd's Blues lay speckled eggs. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
Some Silverudd's Blues lay speckled eggs. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
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It's not unusual to get olive-green eggs from Silverudds' Blues. Photo credit: Hope Song
It's not unusual to get olive-green eggs from Silverudds' Blues. Photo credit: Hope Song
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First/Second Import eggs. Photo credit: Hope Song
First/Second Import eggs. Photo credit: Hope Song
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Great example of Silverudd's Blues' gorgeous greens. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
Great example of Silverudd's Blues' gorgeous greens. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
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Silverudd's Blues are know for lavish laying of large green eggs. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
Silverudd's Blues are know for lavish laying of large green eggs. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
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Chicks

Silverudd's Blues hatch blue, black and splash. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
Silverudd's Blues hatch blue, black and splash. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
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All three colors on First Import chicks. Photo credit: Hope Song
All three colors on First Import chicks. Photo credit: Hope Song
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Wide-eyed blue youngster. Photo credit: Mika Lindbergh
Wide-eyed blue youngster. Photo credit: Mika Lindbergh
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Sweet black chick. Photo credit: Mika Lindbergh
Sweet black chick. Photo credit: Mika Lindbergh
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Juveniles

First Import juvies hanging out in the coop. Photo credit: Hope Song
First Import juvies hanging out in the coop. Photo credit: Hope Song
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Cheeky First Import splash cockerel. Photo credit: Hope Song
Cheeky First Import splash cockerel. Photo credit: Hope Song
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Birchen just starting to show against the rich, dark blue plumage. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
Birchen just starting to show against the rich, dark blue plumage. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
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First Import juveniles, age 3 1/2 months. Photo credit: Hope Song
First Import juveniles, age 3 1/2 months. Photo credit: Hope Song
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Hens and Cocks

Happy hens, First Imports. Photo credit: Lisa Creekmur
Happy hens, First Imports. Photo credit: Lisa Creekmur
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Handsome gold birchen First Import black roo. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
Handsome gold birchen First Import black roo. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
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Splashy ladies and their handsome escort. Photo credit: Lisa Creekmur
Splashy ladies and their handsome escort. Photo credit: Lisa Creekmur
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A staunch sentinel for his ladies. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
A staunch sentinel for his ladies. Photo credit: Sherolyn Craig
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On the alert for predators. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
On the alert for predators. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
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Silverudd's Blues have skills...foraging skills, that is. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
Silverudd's Blues have skills...foraging skills, that is. Photo credit: Jennifer Stanton
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