We've been spoiled by our six buff orpingtons, who never seem to lay every day but we consistently get four large eggs a day at minimum (and a few days of six a day). We've been raising some barred rocks to take over when the buffs slow down (they are well over a year now) and the barred rocks started laying - well, three have, at 20 weeks old. We got the usual soft shelled egg (tiny) followed by a hard shelled egg (tiny). Great. Every couple of days or so, we're getting two or three *more* tiny eggs. From the same three chickens. ("how do you know?" - We watched.) No problem with the eggs in taste, but it takes three of them to make a normal buff egg, and it would take five to match the monsters one of the buffs seems to lay every few weeks (must be a duck crossbreed - duck orpington). How large are barred rock eggs normally? Will the egg size increase? I ask because we basically have buyers for every single egg we don't eat, and I would feel bad selling them these itty bitty trophy eggs. The rocks are easily the size of (or larger!) than the buffs, so I didn't figure the size of the bird would weigh into it.