My Easter egger pullet finally started laying! Yay! But her eggs are.......white. Ok, if you keep looking at them 50 or a hundred times as I have you could perhaps go with a very very light gray. She was bought from a line of blue egg layers. I'd have been happy with any color, except WHITE! How does something like this occur from a genetic point of view? She has a pea comb and slate legs and looks like your typical EE. In fact, like I said, she's supposed to be from a line that has a lot of pure blood and lays sky blue eggs. Anyone else had this happen? I'm so bummed. I've been waiting and waiting for that first EE colored egg! I have 10 chicks that I bought from the same line that are only 4-6 weeks old and now I'm wondering if they are all going to lay white eggs too. This hen also has feathers on her legs and I'm not sure what breed was mixed in to produce those feathers. Could that be the problem? They look really cute on her. Some of the chicks have feathered legs too. I'd really like to understand what's going on with these chickens. This is the foundation stock for my little flock!