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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by bucky1198, Nov 19, 2011.
It was a nice surpise to find the small white one, its our first white one
I recently found a super mini egg from a new layer! Not sure if it was from a Chantecler or Barred Rock. Chickens are so fascinating!
Wow---this is quite a find. How unusual.
Occassionaly I get a marble sized egg. I think some call them "wingless" which is a strange term for an egg.
But the other egg is huge.
Lovely! Looks like you have quite a variety of chickens there. Ours all lay the same brown eggs, we gave up trying to distinguish them ages ago.
We do get a lot of small ones though. Not sure if it's because of some nutrition deficiency? They rarely ever lay double yolkers anymore.
We are more flexible with feeding now, most of the time once a day because a) we get home late and b) they usually don't eat much in the evenings anyway. They free range so much during the day they're all full by then.
Sorry. Started rambling again.
we thought everybody was laying already they all acted like they had laid but out of nowhere we got the small white one.
So what breeds do you have? Do you think you know who laid it???
Those little bitty eggs are pretty common and often have super small or no yolk. Lots of folks call them fart eggs, or rooster eggs. We call them wind eggs, we don't say fart!
we have a RIR, Turken, Buff Orpington, EE, Ancona we think this is the one that laid the white egg not sure. We asked what she was and got a few differant guesses heres a link https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=594726