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Another whopper from our White Plymouth Rock hen.

Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by hondo58, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. hondo58

    hondo58 Songster

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    115 g = 4.057 oz egg laid on 3/2/13

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  2. Summerlove

    Summerlove Chirping

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    Ouch! [​IMG]Twins?
    I have a RSL that occasionally gives me double yolkers, her largest weighed 3.9oz..
    Here's one I ate yesterday...[​IMG] It weighed in at 3.8oz.
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  3. hondo58

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    She laid one last year that was 3.4 oz and it was a double yolk. This one most likely is as well. I just can't imagine how she produces an egg that size in one day and then comes back the next day with another X-L egg.

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  4. Summerlove

    Summerlove Chirping

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    Here's my hen. I've gotten 6 big double yolkers from her. All the other times I've gotten doubles from her she wouldn't lay the day before or the day after. Not this time! One egg a day always jumbos I call her Queen B :) I really like your hen I want to add a couple white hens to my flock. Edited to add I have had her since November.
     
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