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post #21 of 90
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post #22 of 90
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Originally Posted by Triple Willow View Post

I got one of those tiny eggs from one of my pullets early on. It did have a yolk. Which ever pullet it is that layed this small egg is now my best layer, hardly ever misses a day. She always lays the dark egg. These eggs all came from pullets the same age, all collected the same day.

 

When I showed mine to my husband, he wanted to know what it was.....LOL.  If it had been a little more round, it would have looked like a large marble.

post #23 of 90

It's nothing to worry about.  One of my girls surprised me with this one.  The egg the day before it was fine, and the day after was fine.  I think she just wanted me to giggle a bit.  :D

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When I showed mine to my husband, he wanted to know what it was.....LOL.  If it had been a little more round, it would have looked like a large marble.
That was how mine was. LOL I just happened to see it laying on the floor of the coop. Cute but I don't want any more. lol
post #25 of 90

Our pullets have done it once, more double yolkers than fart eggs.

 

One of ours laid three double yolkers in a row, and then a tiny egg. I think it is just young girls systems getting sorted.

 

post #26 of 90

I had the same thing happen to me last week! The next day she was back to normal. Who knows.

 

 

 

This is her normal sized egg behind the tiny one.

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 Ellie & Emma ( Ameraucana ), Brawny ( Jubilees rooster x blue or splash English Orpingtons) and Speckles (sold him) and Olive the Olive Eggers (Blue or splash maran hen X blue Isbar rooster), Babs, our Light Brahma and Hershey ( Black Copper Marans) Scratcher & Cuckoo ( Golden laced...

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post #27 of 90

My birds just started laying. I get small eggs too.But they are the best eggs ever! 

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post #28 of 90

What about this one?

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What about this one?

 

Just extra calcium I suppose. What kind of bird would do that?

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post #30 of 90

Just a fart egg.

 

Nothing wrong here

 

nothing to see

 

these aren't the eggs we are looking for

 

carry on, carry on

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Who had taken his Depakote pill

He stayed fast asleep

Not one sound, noise, or peep

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There once was a man from Rock Hill

Who had taken his Depakote pill

He stayed fast asleep

Not one sound, noise, or peep

And had no worries, none zilch and nil.

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