not your normal easter egg...

Discussion in 'Managing Your Flock' started by Littlepecker, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. Littlepecker

    Littlepecker Hatching

    Apr 19, 2007
    she's got a beard and lays light blue/green eggs - I've already had one with no shell - and the rest have large deposits like - I can compare it too bad welding - monkey-balls we called 'em - usually on one end - I'm assuming the end that's last to leave her vent...does anyone know if I just need to feed them more Calcium? or could if be a problem with her as a layer - oh, yes - these deposits end up inside the egg white - just below the shell where they're visible - any thoughts would be appreciated....Lp
  2. Hi,
    Is she a new layer? If she is, it might just be that she need a while to work out the kinks.

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