Native to its Chilean cousin Araucana, Amerucana has been crossed with other species by our southern neighbors to better withstand the northern climates that surround us. It has the particularity of laying eggs of bluish or greenish color. It is also distinguished by the small size of its ridge and its ornamental feathers that stand on either side of its head and give it a warrior look. Less docile than average, she will certainly be the leader of the group. Her fiery temperament makes her spectacular to see. His cousin L'araucana Blue-green colored eggs: weight ± 50 g
Notre chère Béatrice dans la neige du printemps
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