Fibro Egger Hatching Eggs
The Fibro Egger is a Hybrid Cross we’ve developed over the years. This chicken belongs to a unique group with Fibromelanosis (hyper melanin or hyperpigmentation) and will present with dark feathering, skin, or features. Fibro Melanistic is a genetic mutation that causes the chicken to have increased melanin. The degree of black feathering with Fibro Easter Eggers will vary as will secondary colors but the skin, legs, and lobes will all be black or slate colored. They’ll lay 4-5 eggs per week and the eggs will range from light blue to green and even dark olive to turquoise blue and occasionally rose or brown. Fibro Egger offspring may lay eggs that are green, blue-green tinted, white, brown or pink bloomed, blue and Olive with speckling. We have developed this breed from testing our Ayam Cemani for the double fibro gene. Offspring will not breed true as they are considered Easter Eggers. Feathering is predominately, black, white, blue, and splash. They are great foragers and do great in free ranging environments. A beautiful fun breed for any flock!