Oregon browns have a white base plumage color with brown pigmentation about the edges of the feathers. There is slight brown and white colored barring in the wing feathers which appears as a mixing of the two colors without definition.
The adult pattern sort of resembles a palm pattern but is different.
Toms are a shade darker than hens. At hatch, the Oregon brown poult has a yellow-brown down color with brown stripes on its back.
This variety produces three results, Oregon brown, dark brown and white.
Genotype: bb cgc ee nn
Bronze based with a single gray and white as well as homozygous for brown and narragansett genes
Color/pattern at hatch