I was outside working on my chicken coop and I heard one of my hens making an awful sound. Now as you folks know hens can get quite loud so I didn't think to much of it but when I went out to collect today's eggs I found the largest chicken egg I've ever seen. This egg is 7.3 cm (2.87 in) long and 98 grams (3.46 oz). My question is: Is this egg just above average or could it have broken some local records? I think it was laid by a silver laced wyandotte, but it could have been one of my barred rocks or buff orpingtons.