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Worried about my Wyandotte-Help!

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We have 2 blck stars, seven cinnamon queens, and one Wyandotte.(silver laced)
Zebee(the Wyandotte) is probably about 21-23 weeks old. All of her sisters are laying
but she hasn't started and she is at the age that they started. Is it possible for her to have a disorder that she never lays?
- Goofy
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post #2 of 4

It is possible but not probable.  Some birds just mature more slowly than others - give her time.

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I agree with sourland.  I have Brahma's, Rhode Island Reds, Americaunas, Barred Rocks, and Wyandottes.  My Wyandottes seemed to be the last to start laying with my latest batch of chicks.  I wouldn't worry unless you see other symptoms of something wrong. 

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She is mini though but shes about as big as the others. That's why I thought she should be laying soon. But thanks! big_smile.png
“You need to get yourself a better dictionary. When you do, look up “genocide”. You’ll find a little picture of me there, and the caption’ll read “Over my dead body.” -Tenth Doctor
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