I've read that chick size is different depending on egg size and that chick size can determine adult bird size. (Not meaning bantam or LF, but just general runt vs largest of the litter). I have a few eggs incubating that are long and skinny compared to the other eggs. The other eggs vary a bit in size, but are all the same shape. I'm just curious if anyone has noticed anything as far as the size of the chicks that hatch from long skinny eggs vs a normal shaped egg. The odd eggs are longer than the normal eggs and a bit skinnier.