Prairie Bluebell Egger

Jheader

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Hi I am new to chickens. I just wanted to see if this was a pullet. She may have laid an egg already, but I can’t tell for certain due to the fact my other bluebell egger is always in the coop. But I just don’t really see her in the coop that much and I just want to make sure because most of my other chickens are laying they started about a week and a half ago.
 

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TheOddOneOut

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Thank you, is it normal for a chicken to lay later than her sisters? I got them all at the same time
What breeds are they? Even in the same breed, pullets will lay in their own time. Sometimes months apart. I'm waiting on MY 28 week old EE, and she's been taking her sweet time. Her 5 sisters, all different breeds, started weeks ago.
 

Jheader

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What breeds are they? Even in the same breed, pullets will lay in their own time. Sometimes months apart. I'm waiting on MY 28 week old EE, and she's been taking her sweet time. Her 5 sisters, all different breeds, started weeks ago.
Oh that is crazy, wow. Umm I have three olive Eggers, and one other Prairie bluebell Eggers who are all laying!
 

Quaicken108

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Not saying that this has anything to do with your chicken but my Wyandotte girl went through a lot of problem with her sisters deaths (R.I.P) as a pullet-point of lay. She was picked on by all of my other chickens because she now had no one. So she started to lay when she was almost 10 months!
 

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