I know, it sounds weird but I have two bantam EE's, one is definitely a pullet and I've had no doubt about her since she was young. The other one I wasn't so sure on, I've gone back and forth a dozen times and had finally decided roo and that he'd have to go when "he" threw me for a loop. The two of them are from the same set of parents, hatched out the same day, but the rust colored pullet was much smaller, about 2/3's of the size of the mostly white "roo". They're now about 8 months old and every time I've tried to get close enough to truly be sure they scatter so I haven't been able to do a good close up inspection. I've been getting ping pong sized green eggs for about a month now and since I've seen the pullet setting I was 99% sure they were from her. Well tonight when I went to the barn to feed I found two green eggs and two pink eggs, which brings me to my question. Is it possible for a hen to change the color of her eggs within a 3-4 day time period? I'd been getting a green egg every other day and she since she'd missed a day it had been 3 days since I've gotten any bantam eggs, so if they all belong to the one it would mean 4 eggs in 3 days. Do I have 2 pullets or do I still need to try to take "his" picture?