Well, my dozen white eggs stopped developing. I'm leaving them alone now except for turning them, since I don't want to throw out an egg that might be viable.
I walked over the hill to Andy's market on Highway 116 in Sebastopol, and bought a carton of Rock Island fertile brown eggs to replace the ones that got baked, and a pink carton of multicolor eggs from the Chicken Girls farm in Forestville. There's a pale green egg (CCL?), a white one, a beige one and brown ones, some with speckles (Welsummers?). They're a week old.
They won't hatch in time for Easter, but at least I should get some little chickens this way.
My count is thus 36 now, but I'll cull at some point.
How fun, hatching mystery eggs!
Greenish is most likely an EE. And I do have speckled eggs with no Welsummers - someone sneaky lays them, and I don't know who! Lol!
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