Hi DuckyDonna, Thankyou for your reply, this is what i like with this site , everyone has Knowledge or some knowledge. Were are never too old to learn. The white mark i was referring to is the bullseye as they call it.
I have washed & sold eggs for 3 and a half decades and never had a problem or any complaints from any of my customers. I wash them in clean water (rain water out of a tank not tap water) at room temperature, scrub them with a cotton wash cloth & dry them with a towel. Then put them in a clean...
Ok, he is 18 months old & bred from the same hens as the others I posted in the
pics earlier. Amazing what different types you can get out of them. I am just experimenting
to see what you can get out of them. I may try next season & put the pure white pullet with him
& see what happens. I think...
Here are some pics of the Isa brown colour variation that I bred...
The eggs are all from my Isa Brown laying hens.
I hatched them in an incubator, they are 4 to 5 weeks old, One is pure white, a through back from the original
Rhode Island white maybe?