Jumbo eggs

Jumeaugal

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Any help on what breed could be laying this jumbo egg. We are getting them consistently daily and they are not double yolks. We have black Cooper Marana, red stars, Easter eggers (obisviouly not this one), black sex links, and a few unknown barn chickens (mixed breeds)
 

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Jumeaugal

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Mar 30, 2017
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Its huge! We get one a day and at first thought they were double yolks so saved them to crack open with the kids. Most of our chickens are mixed breeds so im sure it may be hard to figure out.
 

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Its huge! We get one a day and at first thought they were double yolks so saved them to crack open with the kids. Most of our chickens are mixed breeds so im sure it may be hard to figure out.
The egg industry gets them too. Store eggs are "graded"...... For size, shape, cleanliness, weight etc. ONLY Backyard Chicken Owners get to experience the anomalies of poultry egg production as well. Grade A = consumer/grocery store sales. Grade B is allocated to food production industry. You are in the center of a "perk", because of being a egg producing livestock owner. Consider yourself privileged, you have earned it.
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Jumeaugal

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Mar 30, 2017
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Thanks, we got two more jumbo eggs today. I feel sorry for the poor chicken that has to lay it everyday. We do enjoy checking to see if we got our big dino egg everyday.
 

Jumeaugal

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We are thinking of installing a deer camera in the laying box just for fun to see who is doing what? My four kids, 3, 5, 9, and 12 are so intrigued by it.
 

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