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I have seen fellow chicken keepers have this, but this is my first experience with it.  A tiny egg.  Take a look at the photo.  Note: the chicken did not lay the quarter :)

 

 

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I have seen fellow chicken keepers have this, but this is my first experience with it.  A tiny egg.  Take a look at the photo.  Note: the chicken did not lay the quarter :)

 

 


that's actually a  fair size egg, lash eggs tend to not have a yolk at all and are truly tiny.

 

from one of my a Marans, compared to a bantam egg.

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We have never seen one that small out of our girls.  I'll take your word for it.

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Did your chickens just start laying?  I've always referred to the smaller, marble sized eggs as "fart" or "fairy" eggs.  :)  If only our chickens laid quarters; I suspect that would be an excuse to get more chickens.  :D

 

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