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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by ginasmarans, Sep 30, 2008.
Her beak grew out and I caught her in the act,egg dripping from her beak. She went into the pot.
LOL, hopefully she didn't teach the others to do the same thing!
I had an egg-eating problem for a while, and couldn't figure out which chicken was guilty.
Then one day, I saw a blue-jay flying out of the fenced-in run area. At first I thought the blue-jay was just filling up on pellets, but then later that week, I went it to the coop and caught her flying out of the coop-nesting boxes!
So a blue-jay had acquired a taste for eggs! Then I put up garden bird netting around the chain-link run enclosure, and haven't had a broken egg since.