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What color are polish eggs

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I have 8 hens and I got 7 eggs today. I only have 1 buff laced polish hen.
My wife thinks 1 egg was from our polish chicken because it was small. I don't think it was as it was light brown. And yesterday we only got 4 eggs so it could just be small because the hen is a new layer.
The other hens are 1 EE and she lays green 1 black SL and 5 gold SL.

Anyone have polish egg pics?

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1 Wife, 3 Daughters, 2 Sons, 3 Horses, 3 Goats, 2 Dogs, 2 Cats, 13 Chickens, 2 Ducks and Coturnix Quail.
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post #2 of 6

I think Polish lay white shelled eggs.

~Ann         http://www.birchrunfarms.com
Home of extraordinary large fowl: Araucanas, Blue Wheaten/Wheaten Ameraucanas, French Cuckoo Marans and Buff Leghorns.  I breed for exhibition quality.

Hatching eggs available for 2012.

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~Ann         http://www.birchrunfarms.com
Home of extraordinary large fowl: Araucanas, Blue Wheaten/Wheaten Ameraucanas, French Cuckoo Marans and Buff Leghorns.  I breed for exhibition quality.

Hatching eggs available for 2012.

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post #3 of 6

No pics, but they lay white eggs and mine have always been more ovular than round.

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post #4 of 6

I don't have pics or even eggs right now because my polish hen is molting. She does lay white eggs though when she is not molting smile

Adding: if your girl is new to laying, the size and shape will be smaller. They will "normalize" and get bigger as she lays more and gets older.


Edited by popcornpuppy - 10/4/09 at 5:38pm
It started with one dog. A Golden Retriever.  Now we have six Golden's and Popcorn is our pride and joy. Next, we got chickens, then bunnies. Now we have a crazy number of chickens that is growing by the day and includes Heritage RIR'S, Delawares and BBS Orps.
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It started with one dog. A Golden Retriever.  Now we have six Golden's and Popcorn is our pride and joy. Next, we got chickens, then bunnies. Now we have a crazy number of chickens that is growing by the day and includes Heritage RIR'S, Delawares and BBS Orps.
http://whatcamefirstfarm.farming.officelive.com/default.aspx http://delawarepoultryclub.org/index.html
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post #5 of 6

I get white eggs from all my bantam Polish varieties.  Most are rather large for bantam eggs.

Bantams: Cochins, Rosecombs, Silkies Geese: Sebastopol, Buff Dewlap Toulouse, White African Ducks: Call, Muscovy  Peafowl: Purple, Opal, Cameo Silver Pied   NPIP 64-1039

 

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Bantams: Cochins, Rosecombs, Silkies Geese: Sebastopol, Buff Dewlap Toulouse, White African Ducks: Call, Muscovy  Peafowl: Purple, Opal, Cameo Silver Pied   NPIP 64-1039

 

      The Bantam Barn

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post #6 of 6

normaly white but i used to have blue egg laying polish a few years back. lol my polish now r all white layers.

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Holland Lops, Mini Rex, Velveteen Lops, Lion Heads and Netherland Dwarfs.

www.picturetrail.com/homepage/keystone_bunnies

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