We have in our flock a Golden Sebright, about the size of a pigeon. We figured she'd just be for cuteness, with the occasional nearly-pointless egg. Well, she started laying first (a week or two shy of five months old), and quickly settled into almost frightening regularity -- in one stretch of 27 days, she laid 24 eggs. Yes, they're tiny eggs, but by weekly volume of egg, she's putting out more than hens three times her size! For a while she was going into the top of the feed hopper to lay, but we put a lid on it because she was also pooping in there. I think I'm going to put something in to protect the food and let her resume using that as her personal nest, since the only downside has been her eggs getting crushed by larger birds using the nestbox after her. Our egg tray is quite the variety in both size, shape and color these days: Squid - a buttercup - lays elogated large cream-colored eggs Four Americaunas lay blue/green large eggs Charlie - the Sebright - lays tiny light brown eggs Roschach - a dark cornish - lays large brown eggs (lately extra large double-yolkers) Hedwig - light Brahma - lays medium dusty brown Someone lays a darker (not chocolate, but maybe milk chocolate) brown medium eggs, sometimes with dark brown spots Someone laid a nearly spherical brown egg And someone else laid a medium white egg (with stretch marks on it) The candidates for the unknown eggs are two more Brahmas (buff and dark), a Wyandotte, and two white Langshans.