Ok, I'm stumped on this one. We have several laying hens, 8 of which are Rhode Island Reds and the other is a Americauna mix. We've had the Americauna for a couple of years now, and the Rhode Island Reds since a neighbor was slimming down his flock last summer. We also have 3 young Broad-Breasted Bronze turkey poults that are about 2 1/2 months old, one of which I THINK is a hen. Since last summer we've consistently gotten brown eggs from the Rhode Islands and green eggs from the Americauna. For the last week or so, however, we have been getting a white egg pretty much every day, as well as the usual brown eggs and the almost-daily single green egg. WHAT in the world is going on here? Turkeys cannot possibly be laying at an age of 2 1/2 months, can they? Also, the egg is always in a nesting box which would be a bit difficult for the turkey to enter. The only diet change of late has been the addition of some wild game bird starter crumbles (28% protein) to the layer crumbles since we've started feeding the turkeys with the chickens. Anybody have an idea of what's going on? We are quite perplexed.