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WickedChicksNH

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But who
I have sally my nh red she is 4 years old and lays the than ones
Mazie my golden laced wyandotte
Is laying the light tan she is 6 months

Now I found a few little new surprises
Little tiny eggs i just don't which lady it is from
I have a polish 5 months
A silkie 6 mo still no sire a boy or girl been thinking girl until recently
And a 4 mo other silkie

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oldhenlikesdogs

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What color is your oldest silkie pullet? I can't quite recall because it's been a few years, but blacks and partridge may lay a light brown egg. I can't say for sure though.
 

WickedChicksNH

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What color is your oldest silkie pullet? I can't quite recall because it's been a few years, but blacks and partridge may lay a light brown egg. I can't say for sure though.

My oldest silkie is 5 mo but pretty sure he is a boy.
For the life of me I cannot figure out who laid those tiny eggs
As you can see there are 3 different color or sizes

My batams are all boys but 1 my polish
All but 1 of my pullets are between the ages of 3 -5 months and 1 4 year old nh red
 

oldhenlikesdogs

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They could just be smaller eggs from your NH. Smaller eggs from a hen are generally darker, and bigger eggs lighter because the same amount of pigment gets applied no matter the size of egg.
 

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