Ok, I love having people tell me how wonderful my birds are, but I have a problem. I could probably PM and get an answer, but I think posting problems helps everyone learn, so here it is :
One of my black hens is laying an almost white egg, like a cream white. I hoped maybe it was a fluke, but there was another in the boxes yesterday. I'm sure this is a cull, and I won't set those eggs, but the hens are beautiful. My question is, does this point to a genetic deficiency, or is it a product of breeding for type over egg color?
Do you know which one is laying the pink egg? I have a e-mail that says occasionally he will get one that lays a pink egg but none of them make it into the incubator.
Edited by marchick - 12/22/15 at 12:13pm