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Discussion in 'Chicken Behaviors and Egglaying' started by rw7810, Mar 26, 2018.
my Rhode Island Red was laying brown eggs, now they are white. What happened - is wrong?
Welcome to BYC! Do you have any other hens? Can you be sure the RIR is laying the white eggs? Can we see a pic of her?
The amount of pigment deposited varies from one day to the next... often being so light as to appear white. Placing the egg next to a true white egg or on a sheet of white paper often reveals it its very light cream.
I know I'm not the one who asked, but I've wondered about stuff like that when I see threads with others asking why their hens' egg shell color changed, so thanks for that info! That seems to clear it up more for me too!
Can we have a picture to see exactly how white they are?