I was initially concerned because she was much more developed than my other of the same age: https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/706488/black-australorp-pullet-or-rooster/10#post_9619892 Now, the less mature pullet has caught up, and is the only one of the the two to "squat" "squatting" - neither are yet laying. Pullet in question: vs. Then, I became very alarmed when I noticed that my 2 leghorn hens that ARE laying (as of two weeks ago) appear to be laying fertilized eggs...how? Based on looks, I think both of my australorps are hens. But, what wth the fertilized egg? And if they are girls shouldn't they also be laying by now?