Wheaten Ameraucana​
My Wheatens lay a rich turquoise colored egg.  I  have been  breeding them for about 12 years.   My original birds came from a man in Pennsylvania.    I have not added  any other  bloodlines to my breeding program.  I personally do not  show,  altho  I  try to breed to the standard....  my main focus however is maintaining  this awesome egg color.
Wheaten Genetics
Here is a bit of info on how the wheaten gene works....

Wheaten x Wheaten = All Wheaten
Wheaten x Blue Wheaten = 1/2 Wheaten and 1/2 Blue Wheaten
Blue Wheaten x Blue Wheaten = 1/2 Blue Wheaten, 1/4 Wheaten and 1/4 Splash Wheaten.
Wheaten x Splash Wheaten = All Blue Wheaten
Blue Wheaten x Splash Wheaten = 1/2 Splash Wheaten and 1/2 Blue Wheaten
Splash Wheaten x Splash Wheaten = All Splash Wheaten
Blue and Black Sumatra.  I love this breed....  if  I only had one breed of chickens  I'd have my Sumatra.  They are a very elegant bird.  The males  are stunning  and  the  hens  are incredible mothers and broody hens.  I use some hens to  incubate my peafowl eggs.
Blue Genetics
Blue X Blue = 50% Blue, 25% Black, 25% Splash
Blue X Black = 50% Blue, 50% Black
Blue X Splash = 50% Blue, 50% Splash
Black X Black = 100% Black
Splash X Splash = 100% Splash
Splash X Black = 100% Blue
Exchequer Leghorn
Exchequer leghorn lay a lot of  large white  eggs.    In the summertime I think they lay twice a day!  They are very flashy to look at with their  big red combs, bright yellow legs  and  mottled  black and white feathers....  beautiful birds.