The Cream Legbar is a fairly new British breed created in the early twentieth century by geneticist Dr. Reginald Crundall Punnett (known for the Punnett Square) at the Genetical Institute of Cambridge University. However, it has quickly become one of the world’s most popular autosexing breeds, which means you can tell males and females apart at birth by their marks (as opposed to their coloring, as with sex link breeds). Part of their appeal is their lovely blue eggs, but they also tend to be sociable, easy to handle, and good foragers. Although the Poultry Club of Great Britain has recognized the Cream Legbar since 1958, they are not currently recognized by the APA.