It's tiny, itty bitty, and gorgeous. It's what I would call seafoam green. The brown egg is from one of our red ladies. The EE girls are on layena with the big girls for about a week or so. They had no more interest in the grower when they discovered how cool it was to eat Layena and since they have now been fully integrated with the big girls, they are more eager than ever to be like the big girls. First off, I didn't notice the stomp dance out of anyone... but the EE's are not exactly lovey dovey like my big hens are. I noticed this morning one of them was hanging out in a nest box, which they don't normaly do because the big ladies tell them off for wasting their time. She was moving about shavings with her beak, and then I found the egg around 1:20pm. Anyway, my ducks are the same age, and I was wondering what the "signs" of a duck coming into point of lay was, but also should I just feed them layena, or mix it in with the grower feed they are getting? AND back to my mites issue. I haven't noticed nearly as much head shaking these past few days, I'm going to give the ladies a few more 'shake downs' if you will, with the Dri-Kill, but everyone appears to have rougher/fraying (like they aren't smooth, they kind of look greasy) feathers... is this a side effect of being infested with mites (or of being treated with dri-kill, it would take all the oils off I would think).